Organisations: ALCIS, Institut Français de Bukavu
ALCIS organized a community rally to build resistance against the prevalence of hate crimes against drug users in Bukavu. As this campaign is a first in Bukavu and in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in general, ALCIS has succeeded in reaching people’s minds and mobilising social actors and human rights actors for future concerted actions in favour of the rights of drug addicts. Article 2, paragraph 5 of Law No. 08/011 of July 14, 2018 on the protection of people living with HIV / AIDS has enlightened our allies on the DRC’s accountability to the national protection of users of HIV / AIDS and drug addicts.
Organisations: Association des Guides du Congo
Sensitise the users and ex users of drugs in different sites of consumption of Kinshasa on their rights in the matter of health, social integration, work through showing them the importance of claiming and encouraging them to take the lead on all these rights mentioned above and to remain strong regardless of the obstacles encountered.
Organisations: Pleaders of Children and Elderly People at risk (PEPA/NGO), DRC Climate Change Network (RCCRDC)
The groups consulted with different stake holders including the police, high court magistrates, drug users, civil society and more.The Action day brought good experience and interest to learn more about the campaign and harm reduction for drug users during the press conference and the debate which brought together police officers, drug users, magistrates, local community, and media together.
Global Day of Action 2018 – Goma – Congo – PEPA