BLOG – At first sight, it is on peaceful roads that we drive towards Miabi, located at 35 kilometers of Mbuji Mayi, the capital of the province of Eastern Kasai.Once arrived in Miabi, this impression of peace quickly proves misleading.
PHOTO REPORT – About 20 people, mostly children, lay under the tent, everyone in their own bed and apparently exhausted. At their bedside, men and women in white blouses wearing personal protective equipment are busy taking care of the patients. There is an emergency. It is a cholera outbreak.
EMERGENCIES – The Minister of Health declared the end of the Ebola epidemic in DRC. Find all the latest information.
EMERGENCIES – UNICEF and WFP, in partnership with non-governmental organisations, completed a cash transfer operation that addresses the priority needs of 92,000 vulnerable persons affected by the armed conflicts in Eastern DRC.
SITUATION REPORT – Latest updates about the crisis in the Kasai region. Find the highlights and situation overview and the latest key figures.
BLOG – My phone rings. It’s 10:30 pm. When I see it’s UNICEF Representative ai in the DRC, I know there’s a disaster. Indeed: there’s Ebola in Likati.
EMERGENCIES – Find all the latest information about the Ebola crisis in the DRC and the response of the Government, UNICEF and their partners to control the outbreak.
PRESS RELEASE – 150,000 children in Greater Kasai region need emergency support to continue education. More than 600 schools damaged in attacks.
EMERGENCY – A cholera epidemic has been declared in Kinshasa and continues throughout the country. Cholera response in DRC will not succeed without support.
Community health volunteers deployed across the Bas-Uele Province to contain the outbreak of the Ebola virus30 May 2017
To contain the latest outbreak of the Ebola virus, in the DRC, 145 volunteers of the Congolese Red Cross trained by UNICEF have been deployed.