Our history

PIFEVA, Pillar for Active Vulnerable Women in Democratic Republic of Congo

A female Congolese NGO supporting women and communities against poverty and injustice created on June 4, 2004 in Bukavu in a context characterized by repeated wars, widespread poverty, malnutrition and hunger, climate change, violence against women, discrimination against women and indigenous girls, the spread of HIV/AIDS, the exploitation and use of women and children in mining areas, forces and groups armed forces as well as the massive displacements of populations following the multiple wars that occurred in the East of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Our Mission

Support indigenous women, vulnerable and marginalized women, children, young people and local communities in the fight against poverty and injustice in the Republic Democratic Republic of Congo.

Our Vsion

See the indigenous woman, the vulnerable and marginalized woman, the child, the young girl as well as the local communities supported to become competitive and architects of their own social, economic, legal, cultural and political promotion in the Republic Democratic Republic of Congo.

Véronique Bulaya


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Our intervention programs

Protection and Promotion of the Rights of Indigenous and Marginalized Women
Promotion of peace and fight against violence, discrimination, and other abuses against women
Promotion of health and sexual and reproductive rights of vulnerable and marginalized women and young girls
Formal and non-formal education for indigenous, vulnerable, and marginalized children, young girls, and women
Gender, Environment, and Adaptation of Indigenous Women and Local Communities to Climate Change.
Food and economic security of indigenous women and vulnerable households

Our achievements in figures

876 269 Trees planted and restored by women.

Indigenous women supported


Survivors of SGBV supported


Literate women and girls


MUSO accompanied


AVEC accompanied


Women’s IGAs supported

Temoignage Bureau genre Kamituga

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Polydor Musafiri


Contact Information

035, Patrice Emery Lumumba, Labotte, C/Ibanda, Bukavu, République Démocratique du Congo

+243 97 51 55 579

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