Six Pillars of Victim Assistance

The six pillars of assistance to Landmines victims are : emergency and continuing healthcare; physical rehabilitation; psychological and psycho-social support; economic inclusion; data collection; laws, regulations and policies.

 Since 2009, progress was recorded in:
  • Improving the understanding of the needs of victims of landmines and victims of other explosive remnants of war (ERW)
  • Coordinating and planning measures to better address those needs
  • Linking victim assistance coordination with multisectoral coordination mechanisms, such as those for disability and development
  • Informing mine/ERW victims about existing programs and services and, in some cases, facilitating their access to available services
  • Strengthening legal frameworks to promote the rights of victims, including by advancing the right to physical accessibility for persons with disabilities

Rights of persons wit disability

There are approximately one billion people with disabilities in the world, those whom live in developing countries live in extreme poverty. However Education, livelihood, and integration are the rights that belong to everyone, including persons with disabilities in developing countries.

  • targeted programs to ensure that victims have access to the assistance they need, including access to services that are available to a wider population
  • support for the overall development of a country's health, rehabilitation and educational infrastructure
  • promoting respect for human rights for all
  • relief to the most vulnerable populations, such as refugees and other displaced persons.
  • Increasing the availability and sustainability of relevant programs and services, especially to survivors in remote areas
  • Ensuring that all mine/ERW victims have access to programs that meet their specific needs, particularly in employment and livelihoods as well as psychological support
  • Ensuring that all victims, along with other people with similar needs, have equal access to age- and gender-appropriate services


What we still want for Victims

By victims assistance Our beneficiaries  are expecting to have access to programs that meet their specific needs, particularly in employment and livelihoods as well as  emergency and permanent medical care, access to prosthetics, wheelchairs and other assistant devices, social and economic reintegration, psychological and peer support, accident prevention programs and legal and advisory services

Together we can make a positive change in the lives of the most vulnerable in D.R.Congo by. Here are the  Things you can do