• World Relief's programs in DR Congo began in 2001.
    • 6,050 farming households are served through The Food Security program.
    • In 2015, nearly 1,500 church and community leaders were trained in basic conflict transformation. Village Peace Committees serve as local mediators, working with individuals to resolve disagreements. Maintaining peace at the grassroots level decreases the chance that conflict will erupt on a larger scale.
    • With over 74,000 people in DR Congo living with HIV/AIDS, World Relief works with local churches to teach young people about the consequences of HIV/AIDS, offers support to those impacted and reduces the stigma associated with the disease.