Issue N° 19 of our series of “Best Practices Guidelines” for 2015 focuses on UNICEF’s pilot projects to implement Option B+ which enhances the prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission.
Check out the 18th issue of our series of “Best Practices Guidelines” for 2015. This issue focuses on the importance of community-based participation as a factor for improving livelihoods.
Discover the 17th issue of our Best Practices Guidelines series for 2015. It focuses on the vaccination campaign in Katanga province in order to reach the highest vaccination coverage possible.
Issue N°16 of our series of “Best Practices Guidelines” introduce you to mobile clinics, a new initiative which brings medical care to populations in need, particularly those in Eastern DRC where refugee influxes are often heavy.
Issue N°6 of our “Best Practices Guidelines” underlines the importance of a participatory approach to improving child nutrition. Projects have been set up in the provinces of Bandundu, Bas-Congo, Equateur and Kinshasa.
Discover how UNICEF’s programme can have a real impact for DRC families. The story of a success : learn how we succeeded in reducing the number of out-of-school children.
Discover how UNICEF’s programme can have a real impact for DRC families. In this new edition, it’s all about fighting against child and maternal mortality.
For the third edition of our 2015 “Best Practice Guidelines”, discover the exclusive experience of B10 district of Mbuji-Mayi city in Kasai Oriental: this village keeps on developping itself since …
For the second number of “Good Practices Guide” 2015, the civil registration services in Kinshasa thanks to UNICEF improves significantly the rates of birth registration in Kinshasa.
In the Democratic Republic …
For the first number of the “Good Practices Guidelines” 2015, humanitarian actors, including UNICEF, are seeking to develop alternatives approaches to respond more effectively to the needs of returned population …