DR Congo comes near the bottom of the Index of Human Development, because of successive wars and epidemics, political instability, corruption and absence of opportunities for education.
Thanks to the contributions collected, since 2002 we have carried out more than 80 projects focused on the education and training of people in over 20 countries of sub-Saharan Africa.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo has between 65 million and 81 million inhabitants. 10 million live in the capital, Kinshasa, of whom 40% are aged under 20.
Entity: Institute for the Family Trust – IFAM. IFAM sets up and runs schools in order to provide quality education working closely with pupils’ families. Description IFAM sets up and runs schools in order to provide quality education working...
In Cameroon more and more families are unable pay for their children’s education. At the same time the schools are not in a position to tackle this challenge.