Main aim of the charity
I Realized that caring for people with autism is of great importance in our society as they typically have problems in three critical areas of development: social interactions, language and communication. This is why the education and schooling of autistic children must be a priority nowadays to build a better future because autism is not inevitable. Thus, our non-profit organization campaigns for educational and behavioral support for autistic children in order to help them progress and offer them a real perspective for the future.
How the employee got involved and why
This idea of creating the association dates back to 10 years ago, we started donation and activities with autistics children's at school in april 2020 when the entire world celebrate the International day of autism. And finally we received a legal status document in December 2020.
For the record, my big sister gave birth consecutively to two autistic children aged 10 and 8 now.
The autism which is a disorder characterized by difficulties in social integration, communication and mating was practically non-existent in our family, Now we live with these children. live with her 2 children in the family, see how they grow up, how they behave differently from other children and also see how their parents spend a lot of money for the health, education and development of their two children, gave me the courage to create an association to help all these autistic children in the DRC and also to encourage parents for the education of their children.
What work does the employee do for charity
I have created an association called Hello_ Autist. My association has 2 objectives: Charitable and social;
On charitable level, We lead actions of solidarity and charity with autistic children in the Democratic Republic of Congo. We are used to providing school supplies and materials to children with autism.
On the social level, we aim to create centers and schools for the training of children and adults with autism, as well as specialized hospitals for them.