PHOTO REPORT – Chronic malnutrition in South Kivu remains a major problem for the public health. A unique photo report from guest photographer Fredrik Lerneryd.
NEWS – This year, the African Child Day in the DRC is an opportunity to focus on the ignored problem of chronic malnutrition. 1 in 2 children would be affected by it in the country. All you need to know about the ACD 2017 in the DRC and chronic malnutrition.
A health and nutrition crisis in Kasaï threatens children. With the support of UNICEF, Dr. Moïse is fighting to help children survive.
Nearly 400 000 children at risk of severe acute malnutrition in the Greater Kasai due to violence – UNICEF24 May 2017
PRESS RELEASE – The crisis has disrupted life-saving interventions, putting children at risks of severe acute malnutrition in the Greater Kasai, DRC.
KEY FIGURES – Breastfeeding a crucial issue in the acceleration framework for reducing maternal and under-5 child mortality rates. What links and networks exist between breastfeeding, level of education and socio-economic standards ?
PRESS RELEASE – Global mapping of infant and young child feeding practices with a focus on the situation in the DRC.
Théophile Bansimba, UNICEF Nutrition Specialist, answers our questions about the importance of breastfeeding and the current situation in DRC
Do you know what are the essential family practices? What is the state of essential family practices in the Democratic Republic of Congo?
Breastfeeding newborns within the first hour and up to 6 months, a family practice that could save millions of children’s lives.
Our “Facts for Life” series provides quality information to all those who wish or need to know about certain health-related behaviours. In this issue, find out everything there is to know about the importance of breasfeeding. After all, it IS Breastfeeding Week here in DRC!