YOUNG REPORTER – Water is indispensable to every human being. Congolese children continue to suffer, and even die as a result of the lack of access to drinking water. This cannot be tolerated.
YOUNG REPORTER – What is the impact of armed conflict on children in the north-east of the DRC? Zawadi,and other children the fear of armed groups is daily.
CHILDREN’S VOICES – Radio and television play a key role in the spread of Children’s Voices. David shares with us his experience as a Child Reporter in Ituri.
PARTICIPATION – This century, one thing is certain: social networks, blogs, in fact all online expression has become an undeniably valuable way of sharing, expressing oneself and communicating. In this article, I will explain my journey as a blogger and tell you what I think of the blog.
YOUNG REPORTER – At 12 years of age, having lost both parents, Trésor* joined the FRPI, an active armed group in the north-east of the DRC. Very sad, he talks to me about his memories of a life as a child soldier and what he has become today. The moving story of Trésor, 17 years old, resembles that of hundreds of former child soldiers.
YOUNG REPORTER – In another blog, I brought us to Ituri’s mining zones where many children are exploited in the mining quarries. This time, I am reporting on the on-goings of Lake Albert, where children work to assure their survival. In this zone, the hope of the entire family rests upon fishing.
Radio and televesion play a key role in the spread of Children’s Voices. David shares with us his experience as a Child Reporter in Ituri.
In DRC, handwashing is not a habit for most of the Congolese population. Handwashing is a cheaper habit that can save lives.
Education in Ituri comes after gold mining. Few children go to school. Reporting and plea at Djugu to ensure tomorrow’s development by education.
For the International Day of the African Child, Young Reporters plea for peace, so that children in DRC and in the world can have the opportunity to reach their full potential.