Educate the Congo Project, Inc. is a relief and development non-profit charitable organization that introduces a national action in the Democratic Republic of the Congo to overcome poverty and introduce a healthy system made up of individuals with a full range of emotion, intellect, free will and the ability to function independently and produce competent, indigenous leaders, enabling them to meet their own needs and give them hope for a life change. Our goal is to help the people to help themselves and break down every racial, ethnic, educational, cultural, and social economic barriers for a better Africa. We will accomplish this by networking with schools, churches, communities, local leaders and other organizations in the communities and build a coalition of local leaders that work together to solve problems and empower the poor. Some concrete benefits are sharpened language skills, exchange of ideas and information, an expanded knowledge of ability to embrace foreign culture.
We desire to introduce substantial development to eliminate poverty and give the poor people access to capital so they can earn a living that enables them to participate freely as dignified members of their communities and introduce appropriate teachings so they can produce enough to care for their families and improve their health, education, economic growth, and environment.
About Gaspard Nzita
Gaspard Nzita was born in the Congo. He is now working and living in Akron, Ohio. By representing Educate the Congo Project, Mr. Nzita’s goal is to create a link between First World and Third World through a network of priests, pastors, churches, social programs, and individuals who believe in helping others help themselves.
If you’re interested in having Mr. Nzita speak at your school, church, business, or organization, please contact us today.