Popularizing organic consumption in the DRC is at the centre of our interests. In our food sector, we transform the tomato and the chili to allow the consumption of a product without conserving. Being in the category of non-durable goods, the actual production of tomato and chili perish to more than 30 % due to a lack of conservation; transforming these vegetables with an expiry year is an innovation. In the water sector, the DRC has an important reserve in fresh water and yet the lack of drinking water is then felt for body hygiene, and other regular water requirements. The many children are particularly affected, representing the population most vulnerable to water-borne diseases. Producing groundwater and treating it and then distributing it to the most needy population served in drinking water is our mission.