24 May 2017
19 May 2017
PRESS RELEASE – The crisis has disrupted life-saving interventions, putting children at risks of severe acute malnutrition in the Greater Kasai, DRC.
28 April 2017
JOINT PRESS RELEASE –KINSHASA/LIKATI, Democratic Republic of the Congo, 18 May 2017- The Minister of Public Health of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Dr Oly Ilunga Kalenga, visited the …
21 April 2017
PRESS RELEASE – Sweden has awarded 57 million Swedish Kronas (6 million USD) to support UNICEF’s health programme in the DRC (Democratic Republic of the Congo), under the terms of partnership agreement signed on 25th April 2017 in Kinshasa.
11 April 2017
PRESS RELEASE The crisis in the Greater Kasaï region of the Democratic Republic of Congo is having a devastating impact on children, UNICEF warned today.
23 February 2017
NEWS – Pascal Villeneuve, UNICEF Representative in the DRC, leaves the country on a note of hope, whilst outlining the challenges remaining for children.
21 February 2017
PRESS RELEASE – On 10th anniversary of Paris Commitments leaders renew the call to end use of children in conflict. At least 65,000 children have been released from armed forces …
31 January 2017
PRESS RELEASE – The day before the tenth anniversary of the Paris Conference on the protection of children in armed conflicts, UNICEF wishes to recall that the use of children in armed conflicts is illegal.
18 January 2017
PRESS RELEASE – In order to realise the humanitarian response in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 2017, UNICEF is launching a call for funds to the amount of 119,125 million US dollars within the framework of its publication, Humanitarian Action for Children 2017.
15 December 2016
PRESS RELEASE – Early Moments Matter for children’s brain development. UNICEF launched #EarlyMomentsMatter, a new campaign to drive increased awareness about the importance of the first 1000 days of a child’s life and the impact of early experiences on the developing brain.
PRESS RELEASE – UNICEF commemorates 70 years of tireless work for the world’s most vulnerable children. Find out our work in the word and in the DRC.