Alvine lives with his family in Rumangabo, attended the primary school in Rumangabo and the secondary school in Goma. Already at the age of 21 he worked with a local animal doctor and acquired knowledge about the rearing and care of small animals. In 2016 he began training as a dog handler with Dr.med.vet Marlene Zähner. In order to drive poverty out of his village, he founded ASDEV, a state, together with forty penniless mothers. recognized association that now has 240 members from five villages. They are completely impoverished families from Rumangabo and the surrounding area.
It all began with the peaching of three small fields of Alvine's private savings. Each of the members had to contribute a bag of beans. After that, everyone, with their own hands, planted the fields. The harvest was rich, three large sacks of beans, one of which was given to the participants, one sack became seed for the next season and one sack was sold. From the proceeds, Alvine bought chickens and guinea pigs, all owned by ASDEV, and began breeding. The guinea pigs are suitable for consumption for children who often suffer from rickets, as the bones can be eaten. Each family got a couple from the chickens. Alvine trained the villagers in care and rearing. The year 2019 brought a setback for the organization. It rained too little, so the harvest failed. The chickens were consumed or stolen out of necessity. The money was used up, the lease of the fields was pending.