founded by women at 90% and men at 10% to serve women and girls below 35 years, while equipping them at their various stages of development with information and skills. The aim is to tackle the social-political and
Providing a safe platform for safe empowerment discussions among girls and women. Our work starts with identifying marginalized young women
Bringing girls and women from different backgrounds and tribes together, equipping
We Identify potential but marginalised girls and put them in groups that goes though competitions of presentation
Bringing girls and women from different backgrounds and tribes together, equipping them with life skills, and mental health support. This covers the access to menstrual healthy education and sexual reproductive health education activities for girls out of school to those in schools and universities by providing counselling, menstruation sanitary wear products, whilst running a customized life skills mentorship program to complement their formal education. We use art as an educational and therapeutic tool for girls and women in our program, we teach dance, public speaking, theatre, painting arts, and music.
Access to safe platforms for safe and healthy discussions among girls and women to improve their mental and social well-being to become emotional intelligent leaders. Helping marginalized girls but with potential to succeed in school with access to formal education. Nguvu ya Africa offers basic Computer Information Technology skills to young stars as empowered girls are the future of DR Congo. Young people possess the power to bring change if given skills they do not access in schools
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Nguvu Ya Africa is a creative non-profit organization that founded by women at 90% and men at 10% to serve women and girls below 35 years, while equipping them at their various stages of development with information and skills. The aim is to tackle the social-political and economic issues that continue to marginalize girls and women in North Kivu through; performing arts, technology, and menstrual health education along with addressing the issues of early marriages, missing job opportunities, and girls missing out on school/education. We provide a unique model that combines both Psychosocial and creative artistic tools( Dance, Music, Theater and body movement) to equip marginalized girls and women, while engaging men as our powerful partners for a more equal, healthy, peaceful society.