Our History

Humana People to People Congo (HPP-Congo), is a DR Congo non-profit association, created in September 2006 in accordance with the laws and regulations in force in DR Congo. She is dedicated to the implementation of community development projects, food security, basic health (which includes hygiene, water and sanitation with special emphasis on HIV, malaria and maternal health), education , development of potable water points, agriculture and environmental protection.
The association began its activities by carrying out its first community development project "Child Aid" in the western outskirts of the City of Kinshasa. The observed results of the Malueka Child Aid Project (AEM) led to the creation in 2008 of the second project "Child Aid Kimbuala & Lutendele".

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Followed in 2009 with the launch of the HIV / AIDS control project called Total Control of the Epidemic (TCE), carried out in 4 health zones in Haut-Katanga and Kinshasa provinces. In 2010, two other Child Aid projects were implemented in the Province of South-Ubangi, and precisely  in Gemena. In 2011, two projects "Farmers Clubs" projects in the Territory of Gemena, South-Ubangi and "Child Kipushi" in Haut-Katanga were implemented. In 2012, a new project "Child Aid" in Kingabwa, Kinshasa began as well as the first teachers' training school "DNS Mbankana" in Mbakana in collaboration with the Ministry of Primary-Secondary and Professional Education (EPSP). DNS Mbankana trains young people to become qualified teachers in primary schools in rural areas and the "Farmers Clubs" project in Madimba in the Kongo Central province.

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During these years, the association has demonstrated its ability to mobilize community members, to organize them, to support and train and help them to become the driving forces in the improvement of their own living conditions. Local community members participating in HPP-Congo's programs are organized into community-based groups called "Family Action Groups" or "Farmers' Clubs" to facilitate program management and ownership of activities by the community. Members are trained and their capacities strengthened so that they are the main actors in the development of their communities.

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