Programme 2014-2016: Bongisa Bomoi
Fighting poverty by improving health care for the most disadvantaged, especially mothers and children.
2013 was the year we developed a new three-year program 2014-2016. At the end of August, it was submitted to the Directorate-General for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid (DGD), under the title BONGISA BOMOI, addressed to Lingala: "Living better!"
The overall goal is to fight poverty by improving health care for the most disadvantaged, especially mothers and children.
It has two specific objectives:
Improving the quality of health care in the N'Sele region, with support from the Kinkole Reference General Hospital.
Better access to this quality healthcare in N'Sele, Maluku I and Maluku II.
Rotary Clubs' vision for development includes a world without poverty, where people’s personal development and social and economic well-being are paramount, especially for the benefit of children and their mothers.
The NGO is committed to this through a clear and thoughtful mission to guide sustainable efforts and processes, regardless of gender, origin, religion or opinion, for the benefit of vulnerable populations in order to improve health.
In 2007, DGD officially recognized Rotary Clubs for Development as an NGO program. In financial terms, this means that we are 80% co-financed by the Directorate-General for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid (DGD).
The mission, vision and programme will be carried out with a grant approved by the DGD of €1,209,072.64 and an own contribution of €302,268.16.