Monthly Archives: June 2014

Welcome !!

A   Warm   Welcome   To   I H U D A F !!

I H U D A F is a Non Governmental Organization of congolese law of the Democratic Republic of the Congo approved by Ministerial Decree No 758/CAB/MIN/JD & DH/2012 on April 18, 2012, of the Ministry of Justice and Human Rightsgranting the legal personality to I H U D A F. The decree was published in the official journal of the Democratic Republic of the Congo No. 14 of July 15, 2012 , page 4.
Moreover, I H U D A F holds a registration certificate No 529L/SMRM/2012 of the Ministry of Planning and Monitoring of Implementation of the Revolution of Modernity and also holds the certificate of identification of NGO/DH of the General Secretariat for Human Rights of the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights.
I H U D A F is also affiliated with the National Seed Service (SENASEM) Specialized Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development in the quality control and seed certification, coordination of North Kivu by No 30/SENASEM/CORDO-NK/014 on February 18, 2014 as Agri-multiplier of improved seeds.
I H U D A F is an NGO with an international vocation which its experimentation is spread over the Democratic Republic of the Congo from North and South Kivus as pilot Provinces.
I H U D A F is a founding member of R A P E S(Network for the Promotion of Social and Economic Actors in the Great Lakes Region (Burundi, Rwanda and DR Congo) which Headquarter Office is in Bujumbura; of the P A P E S (National Platform of Economic and Social Development Actors) which Headquarter Office is in Bulavu; and F E F I P O T E(Federation of Potato and Environment) which Headquarter Office is in Goma.
The I H U D A F sectors of intervention are:

  1. FOOD SECURITY
  2. SGBV (Sexual and Gender Based Violence)
  3. EDUCATION
  4. HEALTH
  5. PROTECTION OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN
  6. ENVIRONMENT
  7. ROADS INFRASTRUCTURE FOR AGRICULTURAL SERVICES
  8. COMMUNITIES INCOME-GENERATING ACTIVITIES

 

Slogan:“What you do for me without me, you do it against me.”

Devise :“Fighting hunger and famine by promoting self-care activities.”