AZUR Development is a women's organization which started activities in early 2003 in the Republic of Congo on the initiative of a group of young women motivated to improve the status of women and children. AZUR Development has since extended its activities in the country with regional actions initiated in Francophone Africa. We have offices in Brazzaville, Nkayi, Sibiti and Pointe-Noire.
Information and communication technologies and young women leadership: building capacities of young women leaders, women's and mixed organizations, projects and initiatives on ICTs for development, research and advocacy on ICT policy, initiative to end violence against women using ICTs, networking and support to the telecentres.
The right to healthcare for women and vulnerable populations: HIV prevention, access to AIDS treatment, advocacy on the rights of women living with HIV and their families, mobilization and advocacy on malaria, research and advocacy on the right to healthcare.
The right of indigenous women and their families: promoting awareness on their rights, HIV prevention, access to treatment for HIV-positive indigenous women, education on environmental and socio-economic empowerment, small scholarships fund for indigenous in schools .
Education on environment: advocacy and mentoring of young people on issues of sustainable development and cultural exchange among students.
Not For Profit, Social Enterprise
Primary Country Where Active:
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Location (Town, City, District or Region)
Postal Address (Main Contact)
Centre Multimédia pour Tous Ecole la Nouvelle Pépinière Pointe-Noire