Meet the big Team of AIDPROFEN organization
Ms. Passy Mubalama is a pro-democracy and women’s rights activist with over 7 years of experience in promoting democracy, human rights, good governance and the rule of law in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). She is founder and executive director of Action and Development Initiative for the Protection of Women and Children
(AIDPROFEN), a nonprofit organization that promotes women’s rights in the eastern region of the DRC. Her personal experiences reporting human rights violations from Goma’s IDP camps inspired her in 2011 to found AIDPROFEN. In 2016, with funding from NED, she founded the Education Center on Democracy and Human Rights in the DRC, which organizes trainings and arranges meetings between community and local party leaders in order to bolster women’s political engagement. For her notable work to strengthen women’s and youth participation in public affairs, she received a Mandela Washington Fellowship from the Young African Leaders Initiative in 2014.
Clarisse Eka Zhindula , Media and communication officer
Sylvie Zawadi. Programm Manager
Jean Paul Bahati, Program assistant
Prudence Kadjemba, Administrator and finance Manager
Boba Ntaboba, Cashier
Olivier AkiliMali, Logisticien
Faustin Kwisanga ; Human rights monitor and educater
OMBENI Rosette. Cleaner
Ericka Kriedel from New York, United State of America
Ms Ericka support AIDPROFEN by providing leadership training for women and girls, empowering and supporting survivors of sexual and gender based violence through sports in North Kivu, with the technical assistance of our partner organisation Free to Run, Inc (www.freetorun.org), a charitable corporation incorporated in the state of New York under Section 20 of the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law (EIN 47-2766786), which uses running, physical fitness and outdoor adventure as a means of empowering and educating females in conflict-affected communities.
Asheni FITINA; Focal point in Nyiragongo Territory