ICASAC is an international charitable, Voluntary, and humanitarian organisation, dedicated to alleviating the suffering of the poorest of the poor, operating in England and Wales & in the DRC (Democratic Republic of Congo).
ICASAC was founded in Kinshasa/DR. Congo in 04 September 1994 as a Community organisation for the Congolese peasants women Christine Tshela to support the poorest and/or vulnerable women, Children of the poorest rural & urban areas… then later ICASAC has been registered at the UK’s Charity commission on January 2011 under the Charity commission’s registration number 1145475 in the England & Wales. Since its inception, ICASAC spends its energies, times, finances and/or other capacities on community or humanitarian projects in the UK and the DR. Congo. Tens of local staff and 25 Volunteers are working in the DR. Congo and the UK, and the ICASAC are responding to every major local need with support from other organisations.
What we Can Offer...
ICASAC provides exclusively the following activities, including:
I). Workshops or conference, such as the awareness about the consumption of narcotic by young people;
II). Information, advice, and advocacy on welfare benefits, health and wellbeing, housing, independent living, pensions, leisure, education, health, environment, agriculture, development, domestic violence & abuse, sustainable-economic and social development and integration, etc.
III). Promoting the human right of poorest peasant females, children or young people; a climate justice campaign etc.