Association Tujenge Umoja Afrika (ATUA)

Unverified non-profit organisation

The ATUA is a non profit organization, created by women in order to help one another in their problems by combating poverty together and promoting their social economic and educational through awareness. Also it works in two countries Burundi and the DRCongo.

Its aims are to bring together all women vulnerable, young women and girls to contribute in the development of the country and to assist the community with various projects.

-improving the life conditions of vulnerable women
-access to education and caring for vulnerable children
-promoting women health and empowerment skills
-promoting agriculture and livestock and environment
-wrestling against sexual violence and gender based violence
-uniting women to preach peace and conflict management
-community development and rural development

1.Livestock and Agricultural
In this project, it improves the social economic of the community in agro sylvo and pastoral.
In this project, it supports and educates vulnerable children and creates the vocational training to vulnerable youth without career.
Integrated management and sustainable natural resources
4.Community Health Care
It supports women and children in health care by treating them free of charge
5.Art and Culture
In this project, it supports the women to dress the handbag and different kinds of basket and other African products.
In this project, it preaches the gospel of good news of Jesus Christ


Year established


Organisation annual cash turnover (in US$ equivalent)

Less than 500,000

Participant in relevant networks

we are not a member of any network but we are working in partnership with other local organization

Further information

About this organisation

Partnership types

Doing business with the poor; Standards and guidelines development; Project funding; all (4)

Regions / countries / territories

Africa: Burundi; Congo (Democratic Republic of the)

Global issues

Agriculture, aquaculture and forestry; Arts and culture; Children, youth and all (7)

Business sectors

Agriculture and livestock; Arts and culture