The CATREP project looks to encourage modern, productive farming through a special training programme.
Eni Congo cleaned beaches along the coast south of Pointe-Noire, working with 400 people to pick up 1,200 kg of rubbish.
How much security can turning on a light bulb provide? The story of energy in the Congo continues.
One of the pillars of our commitment to the Congolese local communities: to make access to drinking water possible.
A great part of the city was immersed in darkness... there wasn't drinking water in the village... But life changed. Watch "The Light of Congo"!
The vast majority of people with no access to electrical services and clean cooking technologies is concentrated in the African continent.
The first museum in the city of Pointe-Noire, in the Congo, was opened in 2018 thanks to Eni.
Healthcare, education, access to water and agriculture are the priority sectors of the project launched for the Hinda district community.
We began production of the field in 2015. The gas from the field powers the CEC plant, which supplies electricity to the country.
Housed in an elegant little palace on the edge of the Grand Marché, a meeting place for Pointe-Noire's middle classes, the museum was set up by Eni Congo to celebrate African art and culture, particularly that of recent generations.
This prevention project, active in Congo from 2009 until 2012, was created to offer support to HIV-positive mothers and their children.
With the project active from 2007 to 2012 in Congo, we created vaccination and preventive medicine programmes for minors.