In the Kikwit region of the DRC, young girls also dream of going to university! In order to do so, they have to travel a long distance between their homes in the countryside and the big city of Kikwit.

A busy, crowded new environment with many unknown influences and dangers makes life even more difficult for these girls. In addition, concentrating on their studies and navigating the new subjects is a real challenge.

All of this requires great adaptability and inner points of reference to lean on.


With this project, PRH supports these young girls by offering them tailor-made training according to the PRH method of self-discovery. Getting to know themselves better and becoming more resilient in their daily lives is a “must” in order to be able to obtain a diploma.

With this training project you are therefore contributing to the future of Congo and its next generation!

What is the content of this project?

The project consists of an introductory meeting to get to know the PRH method, and an internship for two groups of 10 students. After the course, there will be an evaluation meeting with both groups.

Group 1: “Growing in self-confidence” module, “Who am I?” workshop, evaluation.

Group 2: Module ‘Experiencing authentic contacts’, course “Who am I?”, evaluation.

What's the cost of this project?

The costs for this project, such as the use of the hall, course fees and transportation, amounts to 700 USD. Female students are not able to contribute on their own.

If you want to support this project, please mention “Strengthening the resilience of female students in Kikwit, DRC”

On behalf of the IAAR – Listdreef 22/3, 2900 Schoten

IBAN: BE 757 33034737851


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