République démocratique du Congo

Repubilika ya Kôngo ya Dimokalasi

Republíki ya Kongó Demokratíki

Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasia ya Kongo

Ditunga dia Kongu wa Mungalaata

Emergency | urgence | emergencia | Notfall | 緊急 | крайняя необходимость: 112

Abuse helpline: (267) 220 52 94

Hôpitaux/Hospitals:

  • CMK (Centre médical de Kinshasa): +243 89 89 50 300 ou national 089 89 50 301.
  • CPU (Centre privé d’urgence): +243 89 89 50 302 ou national 089 89 50 301.
  • Clinique du Dr Lelo:+243 99 82 45 339 et +243 99 97 62 900 ou national 099 82 45 339 et 099 97 62 900.
  • Centre médical de Monkole: +243 89 24 426 ou national 089 89 24 426.

AFPDE

+243994020783

www.afpde.org

Avenue Isiro 94,Nyamianda,south kivu province, Uvira

info@afpde.org

ACTION POUR LA PROTECTION DES DROITS DE LA FEMME ET DE L’ENFANT (APDFE)

APDFE est une ONG/ASBL de protection des droits de la femme et de l’enfant. Elle s’occupe de la défense, la sauvegarde, la vulgarisation, la promotion et la protection des droits de la femme et de l’enfant. Elle est implantée dans les territoires de Mweka, Ilebo, Tshikapa et dans la ville de Kananga, où elle assure également l’assistance judiciaire gratuite aux femmes et enfants.

apdfe@yahoo.fr

bakatuambaba_aim@yahoo.fr

25,Avenue des Poissons, Q.Industriel, Commune de Kananga

97433157 081 607 24 20

ASSOCIATION DES JURISTES POUR LES DROITS DES ENFANTS ET DES FEMMES (AJDEF)

AJDEF est une ONGDH de défense et de protection des droits des enfants et des femmes spécialisés dans l’assistance judiciaire et l’éducation aux droits de l’homme.Elle est aussi specialisée dans la lutte contre l’impunité.

(+243) 971 211 915

contactajdef@yahoo.fr

3è rue Limeté/ Industriel, numéro 244, Kinshasa

Anglo Congolese Alliance

anglocongolesealliance.bkv@gmail.com

+243994002427

N194 Saio street in Ibanda quarter inside the Bukavu Teachers resources centre/CREB, BUKAVU

PIFEVA (Pillar to Vulnerable Women Active in DR Congo)

http://pilierauxfemmesvulnerables.eklablog.com/

pifevardc@gmail.com

+243 84 73 81 264

27/29, P.E. Lumumba Avenue / Labotte, Ibanda town, Bukavu – Congo (upstairs of the building CANAL +), Bukavu

Sauve La Femme et La Jeune Fille de Katanga

safeka.asbl@gmail.com

+243851923553

44 Rue Kalemie, DAV, Kalemie

IWF International Reporting Portals – We help countries without anywhere to report images and videos of child sexual abuse. We provide a reporting button which feeds directly to our expert analysts in the UK, who assess the reports and remove the content. They are known as our International Reporting Portals.

The IWF Portal enables you to report images and videos of child sexual abuse when spotted on the internet.

You can anonymously and confidentially report:

  • Child sexual abuse content
  • Non-photographic child sexual abuse images

Report herehttps://report.iwf.org


Due to systematic and exceptionally violent gang rape, doctors in the Democratic Republic of Congo now classify vaginal destruction as a war crime. Thousands of Congolese girls and women suffer from vaginal fistula—tissue tears in the vagina, bladder and rectum—after surviving brutal rapes in which guns, branches and broken bottles were used to violate them. Source: Amnesty International, Stop all violence against women: it’s in our hands, March 2004.

From January to September 2014, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) recorded 11,769 cases of sexual and gender-based violence in the provinces of North Kivu, South Kivu, Orientale, Katanga and Maniema; 39% of these cases were considered to be directly related to the dynamics of conflict, perpetrated by armed individuals. As in 2013, North Kivu and Orientale remain the provinces most affected by conflict-related sexual violence, with 42% of all incidents taking place in Orientale. Source: Sexual Violence in Conflict, Democratic Republic of the Congo, 2015.

According to Human Rights Watch, as many as 3,000 women in Central Kivu in the Democratic Republic of the Congo were raped between 1999 and mid-2001, demonstrating the extent to which rape is used as a method of warfare in the Congo’s ongoing conflict. Source: Human Rights Watch, The War Within the War: Sexual violence against women and girls in Eastern Congo, New York, June 2002.


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