Bureau Oecuménique d'Appui au Développement (Ecumenical Office for Support to Development) (BOAD)

Bureau Oecuménique d'Appui au Développement (BOAD) is a non-governmental development organisation, set up in October 1997 at the instigation of key actors in North Kivu and as a partner of ACT-Netherlands, in order to contribute to reestablishing the credibility of local organisations in DRC. It aims to strengthen the institutional capacities of 12 local partner organisations.

Since January 2000 BOAD has been a registered Congolese NGO under DRC legislation.

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Home for Christmas, at last

Home for Christmas, at last

Aug 18, 2014

18 August, 2014 - Take a moment this World Humanitarian Day to remember the forgotten emergencies that dot the globe. Here, we feature the story of Benita Maombi, a resident in the eastern DRC. ACT members help afford her some support as she tries to find stability for herself and her children

DRC: Women holding things together

DRC: Women holding things together

Jul 07, 2010

In the eastern DRC, women are holding things together

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