With your financial support we are able to realize several projects.

You are helping people to become aware of their talents
to tackle their difficulties
to find the creativity to escape from mere ‘survival mode’,
creating new opportunities for themselves and their surroundings.

 The money goes in its entirety to the chosen project mentioned in your transfer.

Zoé Mulosa is a 40 years old Congolese woman. She comes from a simple working class family of 10 children. Two of her brothers have deceased. Throughout her childhood she dreamed of a normal life with a husband and kids. In Kinshasa, she met a man and became pregnant. But even before the birth of her child she discovered that her husband led a double life. She was left alone with the child. She found herself isolated from her social environment … Many young Congolese women’s life stories are similar. This testimony shows what PRH-training can offer to such a woman.

«The discovery of our inner riches is not a luxury. It is a vital necessity if we want to fully accomplish ourselves.» – André Rochais

BELGIUM
BELGIUM

Training in Prison

BENIN 1
BENIN 1

Accompaniment of families suffering domestic violence

Benin 2
Benin 2

Training of accompanists of school children

CONGO 1
CONGO 1

Training for former-street children in Kinshasa

Congo 2
Congo 2

Training of PRH-collaborators in Congo

Haiti
Haiti

Training for the poorest of the poor

MOROCCO
MOROCCO

Formation for young adults and training of PRH-collaborators

Tanzania 1
Tanzania 1

Educational tools in the local language

Tanzania 2
Tanzania 2

Opportunities for young adults and training of future educators

De IAAR raises funds in order to realise its mission at different levels:

  1. Facilitating personal development for individuals
  2. Developing leadership capacities for heads of communities and organizations (teachers, social workers,…)
  3. Professional training of local PRH-educators
  4. Translation of workshops into the local languages or into simplified English

Funds originate from gifts,  bequests, grants from official bodies, selling handmade products and sponsor activities. The IAAR sensitises people by bearing witness of the situation of people living in poverty and of the positive results of the training.

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