CONGO (DRC)

Alfalit brings literacy, a fundamental right of every human being, to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

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Alfalit Congo (DRC)

authorized affiliate

since 2002

Julien-Nshimba-Mpiana

Julien Nshimba Mpiana

Executive Director​

Main Office:
06, Av.Tshimanga, Q/ Beau vent , C/ Lingwala, Kinshasa – Republique Démocratique du Congo

Phone Number:
(011) 243-8405-74469

Do you know that in developing, low-income countries like Angola every additional year of education can increase a person’s future income by about 10%?

Alfalit Congo (DRC)

Student Statistics

Enrolled Students

Total number of students enrolled in Democratic Republic of the Congo's Literary Program in 2020.

Program Success Rate

Overall percentage of students who graduated, are in process, failed, or dropped out of Republic of the Congo's Literacy Programs.

Enrollment Percentages

Typical overall percentages of male and female students who enrolled in Alfalit Republic of the Congo's Literacy Programs in 2020.

***Note, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 classes were not at typical levels of enrollment which usually are over 2,500 students.***

She is an elected official AND an Alfalit graduate (at age 65)!

DRC’s Ministry of Social Affairs recognizes
Ngoyi Cécile literacy achievement!

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"During my campaign [for Treasurer], I urged moms and dads in our community, and especially in my village, to vote for me because I could read and write.”

Ngoyi Cécile, Center Tusaidiye, Lubumbashi, DRC

age 65, Graduate

“…I am …, a [former] farmer, widow, and mother of six children. I had not [attended school] because, in my family, the privilege … was given more to boys than girls. When I was 17, I … married…. After fourteen years of marriage, my husband passed away, and my husband’s family [destroyed] [my]property, including the field [ed. note – they blamed Ngoyi for her husband’s illness and considered her responsible for his death]. It was painful; I had no means to feed and educate my children. … I [then] heard [from my pastor] of AlfaCongo, a non-profit organization that deals with literacy for adults…. After spending ten months … learning in AlfaCongo, I applied for the position of treasurer at a community development mutual society* in our community…. I was elected….

“Thanks to my training in AlfaCongo, today, I have my salary, which allows me to feed and educate my children. [In addition,] I have the privilege of attending meetings … with the notable leaders of our community, something I could never [have] dream[ed] of [doing] in my life. I am participating in …. with various partners who help [our community]. I am so thankful to AlfaCongo and Alfalit International for the opportunity; my life changed; [and] today, I am useful to society….”

* Civic minded individuals who work together to advocate for the development and improvement of living conditions in their community.