236 REVO is an association that aims to arouse in people from vulnerable communities in Central African Republic the desire to discover various arts, in order to allow them to express themselves and play a role in social cohesion.
Created in 2016, 236 REVO is an association that aims to arouse in people from vulnerable communities as a result of the conflict, the desire to discover various arts such as: plastic arts, cinematography, audiovisuals, music, in order to allow them to express themselves and play a role in social cohesion.
The organization is present and active in the 8 districts of Bangui as well as in the communes of Bimbo and Bégoua. It has carried out 25 cultural diversity awareness projects that have brought together young people, women and the elderly from all over their area of operation, i.e. 450 people.
This project allowed the population to understand the diversity of the Central African population and the importance of the common bond that unites them.
Similarly, it has organized film screenings followed by debates on peace and community leadership in the areas it covers.
236 REVO works with the National Youth Council, the Central African Civil Society Working Group and the network of volunteers for peace.