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Meet the ECI Family: Hermann Aho

Posted on Jun 23, 2021

Mr. Hermann Aho Finance Director With ECI (Asili) since 2015 Does your name have a special meaning? Aho Hermann Wilfried Anicet. I find it interesting that in Kinyarwanda “aho” means “there”. What do you like about working for ECI? I started working as a finance controller for Alight (formerly ARC) / Asili in September 2015 […]

Meet the ECI Family: Mama Salomé

Posted on Apr 22, 2021

Mrs. Salomé Byenda Kaliza Community Engagement Manager With ECI (Asili) since 2013 Does your name have a special meaning? Byenda means the ninth child of the family. What do you like about working for ECI?   I started working for Asili in 2013 as a consultant. I accompanied visitors to the communities to study the […]

Meet the ECI Family: Mama Josée

Posted on Apr 22, 2021

Mrs. Josée Ruhara Ntakwinja Water Operations Manager With ECI (Asili) since 2013 Does your name have a special meaning? Ruhara means baldness, God protects in a special way people without hair and Ntakwinja translates as “gratitude is not of this world”. Only do good to others with joy; God has the formula to pay you […]

Meet the ECI Family: Masudi

Posted on Mar 30, 2021

Masudi Katembela Baudouin Grant Coordinator With ECI since 2017 Does your name have a special meaning? Katembela means “traveler.” What do you like about working for ECI?  I have served ECI since 2017. What attracted me is that ECI works in the field of sustainable development, with a view to impact, and supports local organizations. […]

Meet the ECI Family: Dr. Ange

Posted on Nov 11, 2020

Quand le patient reviendra me dire «Docteur je me sens bien» - là je me sens la plus heureuse du monde et je suis fière.

Meet the ECI Family: Divine

Posted on Sep 29, 2020

J’adore faire la cuisine en famille car c’est un moment de pure bonheur et de joie, où nous avons des fous rires et on partage des belles histoires.

Title free and clear: Women win rights to their own land in Miti-Murhesa

Posted on Sep 14, 2020

Every day, in defiance of the law, Congolese women are driven away from land that rightfully belongs to them — sometimes by neighbors, often by their own families, and too often with impunity. “Women’s access to land remains an enormous challenge in Congolese society, particularly in the eastern DRC,” explains Me Aline Bahati, attorney and […]