CAMPUS OF HEALTH (Kinshasa-Gombe, )


  • Name:KONGO Emmanuel
  • Title:DR

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  • Organization Name:CAMPUS OF HEALTH
  • Address:13, DR SHAUMBA Street, Local 8, 2 nd flor
    Congo, the Democratic Republic of the

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  • Main phone:+243970786355

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  • Mission:
  • Among its objectives we can mention:

    Ensure health coverage through a health insurance program at national and international level through a humanitarian program for poor people ( disadvantaged people) ; facilitate logistics support to hospitals, clinics and dispensaries; ongoing training of medical and paramedical as well as health managers in DR Congo
    Campus of Health (Campus of Health ) operates in the following areas:
    - Health coverage through hotlines access to health care (PASS) program for disadvantaged populations;
    ;- Subscribe to health insurance: National and International Subscription obtaining the vital card;
    Trade north-south knowledge we offer professional training, seminars, workshops and conferences internationally.
    Subscribe to our “BOLSA FAMILIA” program: a program of support for women and girls in micro -Finance and promotion of agricultural products.

  • Overview:
  • At the dawn of the 21st century, the medicine must be available to any and all, beyond the lyrics and words. It is time to act, that is why this project is proposed and through its application this will become a reality.
    The new health vision supported by a training schedule in relation with other countries is to form a suitable learning of medicine and surgery.
    This humanitarian vocation Association is based on the North-South knowledge exchange.
    A minimum 24-month curriculum would operationalize health professionals. In the period of transmission of knowledge, exchanges, in the form of practical training would be developed to accentuate and enhance the international exchange of his health knowledge.
    With a program about health, Democratic Republic of Congo that is selected would rank in the top tier among the best-recognized countries in terms of health policy.
    Issued by the wishes of contributing so little to improve the living conditions of our people;
    Taking into account all these realities and aware of our duties and responsibilities before God, the nation, history and before our ancestors.
     Thus, as of January 9, 2014, in the city of Verdun in France, Dr. Emmanuel Innocent Kongo head of primary health care program with Catholic Relief International, Dr. Abraham Mounzer pediatric department head of the Hospital General de Verdun, .
    Together, we drafted this draft statute to boost health policy in the Democratic Republic of Congo alongside the Ministry of Health in Congo. Thus the project of the Association called << CAMPUS OF HEALTH >>
    As such, we take the firm commitment to respect these statutes and that we in turn make them adhere strictly to all acceding members.
    The expensive and sophisticated medical technology alone can not, achieve the health goals defined or expected.
    - Health infrastructure of major cities, can not solve everything.
    - The need to put in place means upstream of these infrastructures.
    - Need to create a control system (networks) graduated health, with transfer of patients from one structure to another via a simple rating scale (guidance system).
    And so this project considers five key pillars to address multiple community questions:
    - Essential character,
    - Accessibility Character,
    - Character of acceptability,
    - Participatory nature,
    - Economic character (cost)

    Primary health care is not a magic formula that can use at will have to solve health problems. This is a particular strategy for health action that requires to be successful, the application of certain principles.

  • History:
  • The Democratic Republic of Congo subscribed to several international declarations for developing its health policy including the Declaration of Alma in 1980 on health care, the health development charter in 1980, the Declaration of Heads of State and governments the Organization of African Unity (OAU) on "Health: development Database in 1990; adherence to the consensus of Dakar in 1992.
    Following Congolese State's accession to the Millennium program;
    for sustainable development, which gives the important role to health, the need was felt more and more urgent to strengthen our health system and improving the population living conditions by including effective sanitation in the fight against diseases for epidemiological potential.
    As part of our project, we noticed several types of diseases that affect the population of Kinshasa: waterborne, and vector viral origins. These diseases are all due to unhealthy environments, lack of hygiene and lack of drinking water.
    The evidence and justification for innovation
    Access to clean water remains low. Hardly nearly 45.7% (Unicef) of the population uses water that can be qualified as potable. We also note the deterioration of the quality of the environment through wastewater, solid waste and household waste, failure to comply with standards of hygiene which is noticed by the bad behavior of the population rejects the sachets packaging into waterways. Food exposed along Avenue.
    We also noted: the use of latrines at high risk, deterioration of storm water collector and lack of maintenance of urban infrastructure of roads and drainages. These waters are a source of pollution and spread of waterborne diseases during the rainy season.
    Indeed, the invasion of illegal dumping and discharges of wastewater (septic tanks) in gutters are a source of water and vector-borne diseases and promoting multiplication of many pathogens. A Suite of these inconveniences on our environment, we have seen the resurgence of several outbreaks already eradicated.
    Potential Impact:
    The expected impact of the project is: total absence of toilet paper on the floor, the presence of a trash can in a public or private toilet, recycling wastewater, establishment of a supervisory committee and trainer, involvement local and municipal authorities, the presence of trainers on land permanently
    - Beneficiaries and target groups are the population of the commune of Kalamu, particularly in entertainment houses, restaurants, bars, terraces, rehabilitation or prison places, training centers and public buildings.

  • Year established:2015
  • Endowment:Unknown


  • Executive / Trustee board size:55
  • Advisory board size:26
  • Staff size:12


  • Organization type:Grantseeker
  • Country of registration:Other
  • Identification #:F92/23.858-N0MS 12SS/DSP/30/013

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