The MOCC is an umbrella organization for socio-educational movements with some 85,000 members. Its mission is to build a better world through the defense of the rights of the most disadvantaged workers, social prevention, and the promotion of the social economy in favor of precarious categories of the population, such as women and young people.
CGAT is an organisation that aims to improve the population's access to quality healthcare. Its strategies revolve around setting up and supporting mutual health insurance schemes and lobbying the government to support mutual health insurance schemes and encourage the emergence of new ones.
The social school in Lubumbashi opened its doors in September 2009 under the name of "Département des Sciences sociales et du travail" of the Institut Faculty Théophile Reyn. Its aim is to train community development workers to improve their social work skills and contribute to the country's socio-economic development, particularly through social protection and decent work.
The WAWE platform, short for Wazee Wetu (literally "our elderly"), aims to improve the living and care conditions of the elderly and to enhance their place within families and society in general. The idea is to find structural solutions, in particular by raising awareness among young people of the issues facing the elderly.
The platform of Organisations Promotrices des Mutuelles de Santé du Congo (POMUCO) is made up of five organisations throughout the DRC involved in promoting mutual health insurance schemes that give the poor access to quality healthcare at a lower cost.
Remusaco (formerly Cellule d'Appui aux Mutuelles de Santé - CAMS) was set up within the Bukavu Diocesan Medical Office (BDOM), which manages more than 70 health facilities in 10 health zones. The CAMS aims to serve the population by improving their income, federating the mutual health organisations in South Kivu, strengthening external partnerships and advocacy for quality of care, and promoting health education and promotion.