Indigenous peoples NGO
AIDB NGO in UN ECOSOC and observer status with Green Climate Fund
This workshop focused on the freedom of thinking, opinion and associate as fondamental rights. It gothered the civil society organization, indigenous peoples.
This is the sensitizing for children for education as key of their development in Burundi.
This is a workshop for indigenous Batwa population in Burundi to have access to the proximity justice of fighting the land sefldom.
This is the international day of environement. As member of AIDB is member of national steering committee of GEF/SGP, this organization was together with the authorities of NGOZI to sensitize the Batwa victims of poverty for protecting the plants in KINYA mountain.
WE SERVE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES COMMUNITY FOR THEIR RIGHTS PROTECTION, ACCESS TO JUSTICE, DIGNITY, PROMOTION, THEIR CITIZENSHIP AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT WITH EQUALITY EDUCATION FOR ALL HUMAN BEING
In Burundi, the indigenous peoples are about 780000 of population who is 10. 000.000. The first one are victims of poverty, lack of land, decent house, education and effective representation in decision-making bodies of Governement. They need the support to have acces to the effective development during the 2030 agenda.