Tag : DRC

Presentation of how CHCs can be used to achieve SDGs
Presentation of how CHCs can be used to achieve SDGs

In July 2018,  the International Rescue Committee (IRC) invited Dr. Juliet Waterkeyn, Director of Monitoring and Training for Africa AHEAD, as  guest speaker at their monthly global video conference for their health professionals stationed in many countries across Africa. Download the presentation. 

CHCs help people resettle in war torn DRC
CHCs help people resettle in war torn DRC

Reported by the Swift Consortium / Tearfund Fikiri Madisi, age 42 and father of nine children is a teacher. “On the return from our displacement camps, we had no toilets and bathrooms or clean water,” he reports, remembering his early return to Congo after a decade of refuge life. Fikiri lives in Mwandiga, a small…

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A case study of integrated population, health & environment (PHE): Rwanda and DRC (2014-2015)
A case study of integrated population, health  & environment (PHE):  Rwanda and DRC (2014-2015)

INVESTIGATION ON CHC APPROACH A case-control study and a cross-sectional study have been conducted in Rwanda and DRC respectively during the period of 2014-2015. The purpose was to investigate on the potential contribution of the CHC approaches to reduce hygiene related diseases and malnutrition (environmental and practice related). A case control study in Rwanda –…

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The happiest people in the DRC
The happiest people in the DRC

A news team from the BBC visited one of the CHC started by Africa AHEAD/Tearfund and witnessed first hand the joy of communities, who despite war, pillage and rape are excited about a toilet! Click here to listen to the song they sing

Tearfund
Tearfund

Type of partner: Implementing Link to more information  Poster  Dates of partnership: Oct 2014-Sept 2015 Country: DRC District: South Kivu Name of Project: SWIFT Consortium Type of Project: CHC Pilot Project Objective of Project: to adapt the CHC for use in DRC Number of Beneficiaries: 19.959 Cost of project: 51,280

CHCs to start in DRC

Extract from SWIFT Consortium Weekly Newsflash – 5 February 2015 Click here for link The SWIFT Consortium aims to deliver sustainable access to safe water and sanitation and encourage the adoption of basic hygiene practices in DRC and Kenya. It is funded with UK aid from the British people. The Tearfund team in DRC has completed one gravity-fed water…

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