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Our mission is to provide a precise and adapted response to the needs of populations,  by providing them with quality of good life , but also by providing them with tools that promote fighting of against of proverty  starting to recover keeping our projects to fight against poverty.

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We aim to create a sustainable future for people in need. By providing education and tools to fight poverty and climate change, we can make a difference in the lives of many. Our goal is to empower communities and individuals to create a better tomorrow.


Our mission is to provide a precise and adapted response to the needs of populations, not only by providing them with quality education, but also by providing them with tools that promote their economic development. construction of houses for vulnerable people, medical care, giving clean water to people who need it, fighting climate change and starting to recover plastic products by transforming them into oil,cobblestones and planting trees , keeping our projects to fight against poverty


A land-locked and densely populated country in East Africa, Burundi is one of the poorest countries in the world with more than 70 percent of the population living in poverty. Food insecurity levels are alarming with 52 percent of children under 5 stunted and even higher levels of malnutrition among rural communities.

Some of the drivers of food insecurity in Burundi include poverty, rapid population growth, vulnerability to climate-related shocks, poor access to clean water, and worsening access to basic services such as health and education. A high prevalence of infectious diseases, lack of diversity in diets and poor hygiene make the situation worse.

Adding to the pressure on Burundi’s stretched resources, over 50,000 refugees, mainly from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, are hosted in already food-insecure areas and rely on assistance for basic food and nutrition.

Competition over scarce resources is further compounded by the return of Burundian refugees from neighbouring countries following peaceful elections in May 2020.  

Only 32 percent of Burundi’s children complete their lower secondary education. Although women play a central role in the development of the country, gender equality is among the lowest in the world. The majority of the country’s poor are in rural areas, where 90 percent of people rely heavily on subsistence agriculture and informal employment. A hilly landscape makes the country vulnerable to climate-related shocks such as flooding.

In 2015, a socio-economic crisis linked to political developments resulted in donors suspending direct budget support, leading to a 50 percent decrease in the national budget. The peaceful general elections in May 2020 and the subsequent political developments fostered improved cooperation with the international community, recognizing Burundi as a country with a huge potential for development.

COVID-19 infection and transmission rates remain relatively low but communities living in areas bordering neighbouring countries have lost livelihoods due to the disruption of informal cross-border trade following restrictions on movement to contain the pandemic.

Working in conjunction with United Nations partners, the World Food Programme (WFP) supports the Government of Burundi’s immediate and longer-term priorities by addressing the root causes of malnutrition, providing life-saving support to vulnerable people and improving resilience through activities including school meals, capacity strengthening, gender equality and building sustainable food systems.

Help Burundian poor population in hard situation


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