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To invest in people, we must prioritize quality education in creating inclusive and sustainable communities. The most relevant, effective and wise investments possible require solid evidence and innovative approaches to support the transformative changes that education systems need.!!!

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Forms of marginalization are broad and often interconnected. If a person is socially marginalized, they are likely to be economically and politically marginalized as well. And it is very difficult to get out of exclusion on your own. Established barriers, such as qualifications for access to employment, make it very difficult to overcome marginalization in one area and avoid it in another.

Our Mission

Our mission is to create a shared plan: profits for saving the planet’s most exceptional wild places; this summerizes in our slogan to conquer global clustering issues!

People - Planet - Profits

Interplan Knowledge Programme works as a Foundation

It is an inclusive integrated service delivery project powered by Interplan company for the promotion of: inclusive and equitable quality education and lifelong learning opportunities for all. This is a fundamental objective for the well-being of our community and a mission to increase our savings for the quality of life of everyone in the paradigm shift point of view. We are committed to sustainable development goals.

IKP Foundation mission statement

Establishment of an information system framework on water management for sustainable and local resilient development is the mission of the organization on the one hand; and an inclusive education for Gender equality and social inclusion for sustainable family stability on the other hand, for a resilient ecological social transition at the local level. So, for an increased human development index and an image of an innovative Burundi from a sustainable and resilient development point of view, actions must be carried out in the interest of poor citizens so that they can empower, take responsibility and take charge of themselves. 

Gender-responsive governance main activities: 

  1. Better gender-responsive governance establishment and greater social inclusion in coordination and collaboration among the various water sectors such as drinking water supply, sanitation, irrigation and ecosystem maintenance is the one of main activities. 
  2. Furthermore we need to address how to Explore the myriad of implications for children and families experiencing family disruptions; 
  3. And then, promote the discussion of practical and proactive ways to maintain family stability in the face of difficult circumstances.

IKP Foundation Motto

Our organization advocates gender equality and social inclusion for sustainable family stability through the practice of what brings people together: Truth, Justice and Solidarity "Ubuntu or Maât"!

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Public Service and Good Governance

The contours/outline of the public service may change over time. The public service pursues goals related to order and regulation, social and health protection, education and culture or even the economy. However varied they may be, public service actors are subject to three main principles: the continuity of public service, equality before public service and the adaptability (or mutability) of the latter. 

In Burundi, the variety of ecosystems is an asset and an opportunity for efficient and effective management of agricultural biodiversity to reduce food insecurity. This is not enough to achieve social well-being; which is reflected in the Burundian human development index. The provision of local services today does not guarantee the life expectancy of Burundian communities, both urban and rural.

Waste management, access to water and social services; the management of the various rivers, especially in urban areas, remains a major challenge in terms of pollution of Lake Tanganyika and the surrounding neighborhoods and tempo zones. Which sometimes leaves us no choice from the point of view of human and environmental health.

Among the actors, in terms of management for the well-being of households, women constitute more than 70% at the national level and the majority are made up of people with no schooling. This leads to social inequalities and hinders economic growth. Policy makers incompetent in their powers have made greed the mode of political operation; which suggests that effective public services are an illusion since political decision-makers do not participate for an essential part in economic and social development and land use planning, for example through training, infrastructure and transport, and above all, reform in the agro-pastoral field: understanding the basics of sustainable agriculture and the principles of agro-industry.

Given the expected results and the shortcomings in terms of preparatory acts for young people in whom reside the future executives and political decision-makers, our organization intends to put into practice, through awareness-raising, the reform of agro-pastoral field to eraducate food insecurity; this include activities such as : identify the challenges to deal with, assess the stakeholders and their involvement, the actions to be taken by each stakeholder and then, foster adaptation.


According to the issue to address is: Why does a country which has many assets for its agricultural development experiences food insecurity? The organization's activities are to identify:

  1. The main sub-causes to solve according to the communities who stand to gain the most from developing economy and social justice such as reforming the agro-pastoral field, 
  2. Map the stakeholders and their usual involvement, 
  3. The actions to be taken by each stakeholder, 
  4. Involve the employees concerned in the construction of the action plan. 

Coalition development of accountable employees

As a vision statement, the problem to address translates into the Lack of life of integrity and its sub-cause: Lack of focused curriculum education and employees’ dissatisfaction and Inadequate stakeholder involvement as root-cause. So, to enable our communities trasformation actions need to be taken and here are some recommanded by IKP Foundation.

Objective 1: Create an integrity and anti-corruption narrative for employees’ awareness. 

Actions: Feasible to change reality and reach the desired objectives (and vision). 

  1. Review integrity based code of conduct to build trust and accountability of employees. 
  2. Promote multimedia and posters as supporting tools to strengthen citizens reports to provide helpful data in the context of citizen participation and elites awakening. 
  3. Promote reinforcement for capacity building to enable employees to be accountable. 

Objective 2: Create anti-corruption platform as open data for transparency and surveys. 

Actions: Feasible to change reality and reach the desired objectives (and vision)

  1. Promote participatory surveys that solicit user feedback via citizen reports on the quality and performance of services to bring about reforms in integrated service delivery. 
  2. Design an open data platform to increase the detection of corruption, accountability of employees within our organization. 
  3. Naming, rewarding and faming honest, performing and progressing employees and further publish their good work on the open data platform.