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POURQOUI L'ORPHELINAT AU CONGO

Pourquoi l’orphelinat au Congo
La population de la rdc en générale et en particulier celle du sud –kivu traverse une situation difficile suit aux incessantes guerres et tracasseries de la population par différentes groupes armées et milices tant nationales qu’étrangère rwandaise, ougandaise entrainant avec elle comme conséquences : les tueries , les déplacement massifs de la population fuyant leurs domiciles, les violences sexuelles imposées aux femmes et aux jeunes filles mineurs et aux petits enfants.
Les drames enfants de la rues a ceux-ci s’ajoutent de nombreux enfants devenus orphelins de père de la mère ou de deux parents ainsi que des femmes incapables d’assurer la survie de leurs enfants. Les maris étant abattus tues sur les yeux de leurs enfants, les actes de massacre a makobola uvira ,kasika mwenga,kaziba, burhinyi, nindja,kaniola ,izenge ect les hommes no identifier armees qui tue les gens la nuit ,cette situation fait accroitre les nombres des orphelin en rdcongo ,autres enfant non accompagnes ,abandonnes a leur triste sort.
Ce pourquoi care orphan organisation of Congo songer a construire un orphelinat au Congo Bukavu pour la protection des ces orphelins ,et nous sollicitons les bonnes volontés pour la sauvegarde de cette vie menacée des personnes a haut risque en l’occurrence les orphelins et enfants abandonnées a eux-mêmes.
Les orphelins nous parait un impératif et apparait aujourd’hui comme une nécessite pour servir de base et de modèle dans le cadre d’orientation et d’accompagnement de cette catégorie sociale vulnérable et a haut risque, cooc a le soucie d’apporter sa contribution psycho-sociales des orphelins et mêmes des enfants en situation difficile défavorables.
Les trois territoire que nous citons mwenga, walungu, kabare, sont etes serieusement secoue par plusieurs événements des massacres des plusieurs ménages . la majorites des enfants de la rue dans la ville de Bukavu proviens de ces territoires. ou les tribus de la sont les shi,rega, banyitu,
-Nature de notre projet : est de type social qui vise la promotion des activités socio-économiques. La sensibilisation des orphelins pour une prise de conscience évitant de l’exclure au regard de leur vécu quotidien, la formation et l’éducation des orphelins, l’appui conseil et matériel, financier des orphelins pour leur auto-prise en charge. Sensibiliser les autorités politico-administratives pour soutenir les orphelins, et ONG.
-A u cours de du projet nous aimerons voir les orphelins soient capables d’entreprendre des activités génératrices des revenus dans leurs milieu respectif, la scolarisation des orphelins assurée, héberges au centre d’orphelinat.
la fin du projet que les orphelins soient capables des se prendre eux-mêmes en charge de produire et de satisfaire leurs besoin et la société en générale.
cooc a pu enregistre les enfants orphelins de 38o orphelins, dont 33 orphelins qui sont au centre de emmacl et appuyer très difficilement. Plusieurs enfants d’âgé zéro âge à 15ans.
cooc est dirigée par un bureau de coordination

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Pour cooc
Madame Emmanuel Balagizi
Akonkwa coordinatrice charge de projet

English translation by community member heidigjr

Why the orphanage in the Congo

Generally, the population of the DRC and in particular, that of south Kivu, faces a difficult situation following the incessant wars and harassment by different armed groups and militias, both national and foreign. Rwandan and Ugandan groups lead these foreign groups, with the following consequences: killings, massive displacement of the population who are fleeing their homes, and sexual violence against women, minor groups, and small children.

The drama for street children is that many children are fatherless, motherless or have lost both parents, and women are unable to ensure the survival of their children. Husbands are being shot and killed before their children's eyes, and these acts of massacre are "makobola uvira, kasika mwenga, kaziba, burhinyi, nindja, kaniola, izenge", etc. Men who are part of some unidentified military groups are killing people at night, and this situation is increasing orphan numbers in the DRC, as well as other unaccompanied children, abandoned at their plight.

This is why the Congolese orphan organization is considering building an orphanage in Bukavu, the Congo, for the protection of these orphans, and we welcome all good decisions for safeguarding the lives of those at-risk - in this case, orphans and abandoned children alike.

The issue of orphans is one that is unavoidable, and today is a requirement in many counseling and support frameworks for those who are at-risk and socially vulnerable. Cooc is committed to its psycho-social contribution of orphans and children in similarly difficult circumstances.

The three mwenga, walungu, and kabare territories have been seriously shaken by recent massacres of several households. The majority of the Bukavu's street children come from these territories, or the shi, rega and banyitu tribes.
- The nature of our project is social, and aims to promote socio-economic activity.

Raising awareness for orphans, for their understanding to avoid excluding orphans in daily life, to the training and education of orphans, to material and financial support of orphans, so that they are able to live independently. To garner support for orphans from political and administrative authorities, and NGOs.

-Over the course of the project, we would like to see orphans beginning to generate income in their respective environments, and an assurance for the education of orphans, which would be hosted at the orphanage center.
The end of the project comes when the orphans are able take charge of their lives and meet their needs and the needs of society in general.

Cooc has saved 380 orphans, including 33 orphans at the emmacl center who needs greater support. Many children are aged 0-15 years.

Cooc is led by a coordinating office.

Other details for more information
For cooc
Mrs. Emmanuel Balagizi
Akonkwa project coordinator-in-charge

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Cooc

Merci pour l'information de Cooc, je serais ravie d'entendre plus d'information sur les organizations qui aident les orphelinats en DRC... bonne continuation!!

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Translation

Why the orphanage in the Congo

Generally, the population of the DRC and in particular, that of south Kivu, faces a difficult situation following the incessant wars and harassment by different armed groups and militias, both national and foreign. Rwandan and Ugandan groups lead these foreign groups, with the following consequences: killings, massive displacement of the population who are fleeing their homes, and sexual violence against women, minor groups, and small children.
The drama for street children is that many children are fatherless, motherless or have lost both parents, and women are unable to ensure the survival of their children. Husbands are being shot and killed before their children's eyes, and these acts of massacre are "makobola uvira, kasika mwenga, kaziba, burhinyi, nindja, kaniola, izenge", etc. Men who are part of some unidentified military groups are killing people at night, and this situation is increasing orphan numbers in the DRC, as well as other unaccompanied children, abandoned at their plight.
This is why the Congolese orphan organization is considering building an orphanage in Bukavu, the Congo, for the protection of these orphans, and we welcome all good decisions for safeguarding the lives of those at-risk - in this case, orphans and abandoned children alike.
The issue of orphans is one that is unavoidable, and today is a requirement in many counseling and support frameworks for those who are at-risk and socially vulnerable. Cooc is committed to its psycho-social contribution of orphans and children in similarly difficult circumstances.
The three mwenga, walungu, and kabare territories have been seriously shaken by recent massacres of several households. The majority of the Bukavu's street children come from these territories, or the shi, rega and banyitu tribes.
- The nature of our project is social, and aims to promote socio-economic activity.
Raising awareness for orphans, for their understanding to avoid excluding orphans in daily life, to the training and education of orphans, to material and financial support of orphans, so that they are able to live independently. To garner support for orphans from political and administrative authorities, and NGOs.
-Over the course of the project, we would like to see orphans beginning to generate income in their respective environments, and an assurance for the education of orphans, which would be hosted at the orphanage center.
The end of the project comes when the orphans are able take charge of their lives and meet their needs and the needs of society in general.
Cooc has saved 380 orphans, including 33 orphans at the emmacl center who needs greater support. Many children are aged 0-15 years.
Cooc is led by a coordinating office.

Other details for more information
For cooc
Mrs. Emmanuel Balagizi
Akonkwa project coordinator-in-charge

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