Netzkraft Movement

One Touch International (OTI)

AV Malemba Nkulu
Golf Malela; Lubumbashi; Haut Katanga
Dem. Republic of Congo (Zaire)

Contact person: Prince Kavul

+27 11-727-7181; +27 72 602 4547


  • Aid organization
  • Commune, community project
  • Educational policy/project
  • Overnight facilities
  • Volunteers are welcome.


One Touch International

Help Empower the Youth in DRCongo with One Touch International

One Touch International is a Christian non-profit organization dealing with People living with disability and dedicated to creating positive change in our community. We are currently collecting new and old laptops for an exciting new project in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

Many young children in the DRC have limited exposure to computers and technology, which puts them at a significant disadvantage in today's digital world. By donating your laptops, you can help us bridge this gap and empower the next generation with the skills and knowledge they need to thrive.

How You Can Help:
Donate New or Old Laptops: Every laptop, whether new or used, can make a significant difference.
Spread the Word: Share our mission with your friends, family, and network.
Contact Information:
For donations and more information, please contact Prince at

By God

About us

One Touch International (OTI) is a christian non profit Organization,member of CMM World; and have an initiative that aims to impact the lives of persons living with physical disabilities by finding practical ways to offer them the hope and dignity they deserve.
One Touch International exists to socially advocate for the rights and dignity of people living with physical disabilities in the Democratic Republic of Congo. We do this by partnering with disadvantaged
persons with physical disabilities and ensuring that their essential needs such as clothing, food, shelter,education and mobility equipment are provided for and their place in the body of Christ is included.
We also aim to bridge the gap between the able-bodied society and people living with disabilities by providing information sessions that educate these two groups on how to unite and create a society that meets the rights of all people regardless of physical abilities or lack thereof.

Our Vision
A World where every person with a disability finds Love,Hope,dignity,and their place in the Body of Christ.

-Honor God in everything we do
-Build relationships based on trust and respect
-Maintain integrity and excellence in programs and services
-Practice responsible stewardship

What we do
• Advocacy: Promote and advocate for the recognition of the needs and rights of women, youth and children with physical disabilities
Proverbs 31:8-9
• Education: Educate people with physical disabilities to fight against the physical and psycho-social barriers which prevent their full integration into the community.
2 Timothy 2:15
• Community Outreach: Assist people with physical disabilities (Men, Women, and Children) with their first need like wheel chair, crutches, food, clothes etc and sharing the word of God to them.
Romans 12:13

• Menstrual Hygiene Day: The purpose of this particular project is to support menstrual hygiene among girls living with disability. As aforementioned, girls with disabilities are perceived as asexual and their reproductive rights are ignored. Moreover, this is biological that should be given as much attention as sexual reproduction in general. To help them experience their menstrual cycle with dignity, girls will be given free sanitary menstruation clothing. A day like Menstrual Hygiene Day is a reminder to many of us that more is still to be done to assist those who are marginalized.

Prince Kavul is the Chair/Founder of One Touch International (OTI).

For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.