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INFRASTRUCTURE

INFRASTRUCTURE

Most villages in Uvira District do not have any good roads, bridges or electricity and this caused backward development. In helping to improve life standards of people in Uvira District especially villages, we constructed a hospital and a micro hydropower station in Luvungi village, school in Kahororo village, ...

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IMPACT RADIO AND TELEVISION

IMPACT RADIO AND TELEVISION

This is under the MHCDs media program. Before this forms of media, sensitizing the community was very difficult. We had to walk in villages more than 100kms sensitizing the communities on immunization,epilepsy,malaria prevention, peace and reconciliation and this cost us a lot of money and time and it was difficult to ...

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MICRO-FINANCING AND SMALL BUSINESSES

MICRO-FINANCING AND SMALL BUSINESSES

This program involves itself with poverty reduction and women empowerment especially vulnerable women who have gone through so many difficulties in life and have no support whatsoever. We give them each USD20 to USD100 that helps them carry out small businesses like selling bread, vegetables, fruits, fish, clothes, ...

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BIRTHING KITS DISTRIBUTION CENTRE

BIRTHING KITS DISTRIBUTION CENTRE

This is run in collaboration with the Birthing Kits Foundation Australia. Its involved with the distribution of birthing kits, training of traditional midwives and traditional birth attendants, Training of trainers program who then go to the villages to educate the traditional midwives and community health workers and ...

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AGRICULTURE

AGRICULTURE

80% of the Uvira Districts population practice subsistence farming due to lack of training and support. This makes most of them continue in poverty life and lack funds for basic medical care. Because of insecurity, most are also afraid to farm and this contributes to the high rates of poverty and malnutrition. We ...

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EDUCATION

EDUCATION

As a result of war, many children were left orphans in DRC and could not afford education. In DRC, Nursery school, primary and secondary educations are all payable. Again, most people live below the poverty line meaning most children are cut out of education or schooling. In helping the children, MHCD started a ...

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COMPUTER FOR LIFE PROJECT:

COMPUTER FOR LIFE PROJECT:

Education is one of the activities that MHCD gets involved with amongst the youths.As you know,education is the key to life.Computer for life is a youth project teaching them about computers and information technology.We educate the youths who have completed secondary schools and were not lucky enough to attend higher ...

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