PIFEVA (Pillar for Vulnerable Women Active in DRCongo)
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PIFEVA (Pillar of Vulnerable Women Active in DR Congo) is a Congolese non-profit organization created on 04 June 2004 in Bukavu in South Kivu and legally registered (certificate n ° JUST.112 / SKV / 3081/2010 of the Justice Division and keeper of the seals South Kivu). It specializes in gender promotion, women's leadership and the fight against sexual and gender-based violence, sexual and reproductive health, education, socio-professional and economic reintegration of women and young people in vulnerable situations and in support for local communities in the transformation of conflicts, in a perspective of struggle against poverty and injustice in South Kivu in eastern DR Congo. PIFEVA's vision is to see women, children, young people and local communities become competitive and artisans of their own social, economic, legal, cultural and political promotion in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The mission of PIFEVA is to support women, children, youth and local communities in the fight against poverty and injustice in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Areas of intervention 1) Protection and fight against sexual and gender-based violence; 2) Promotion of peace, gender and female leadership; 3) Formal and non-formal education of vulnerable children and youth; 4) Sexual and Reproductive Health for women, youth and local communities; 5) Literacy and socio-professional reintegration of women, girls and children in vulnerable situations; 6) Food and economic security of vulnerable