Poor access to education can undermine people’s potential to improve their lives. Help Channel Burundi with the help of its partners provides children, youth with educational opportunities that help keep them safe and learning the skills they need to survive and thrive.
We work alongside communities, governments and partner organizations at many levels to address all aspects of basic education.
We train teachers and other school personnel to improve the quality of education while linking education programs to empower communities and improve livelihoods to better address the reasons children don’t attend school. Help channel Burundi also Contributes in improving the living conditions of children by strengthening communities’ capacity to uphold children’s rights and improve employment opportunities for the youth.


“Food security exists when all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food that meets their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life

There must be a combination of food availability, food access and food utilization to reach food security. Food must be available in sufficient quantities and on a consistent basis, has to be acquired regularly in sufficient quantity and lastly it should have a positive nutritional impact on people

Food insecurity has been a general issue in Burundi and 1.8 million people are said to be food insecure
The constant conflicts, fluctuation, the rising demography and the climatic shocks such as recurrent floods, hailstorms, drought and torrential rain are the main reasons why Burundi continues to be food insecure.

With the aim of building resilient food secure households in targeted communities, Help Channel Burundi focuses its interventions on the following activities: 

1.Increase agricultural production by promoting good agronomic practices e.g.: soil conservation and access to improved inputs;
2.Improve post-harvest food conservation by promoting post-harvest handling trainings & storage technologies;
3.Increase in food consumption by empowering communities on the benefits of nutritious food.

The targeted communities are the most vulnerable households who are single-parent or single-person with an elderly people living alone, households headed by women and agricultural households possessing a small land or none at all.