YOUNG REPORTER – We made an encounter with an exceptional woman: Ivonne. She is forty years old, and a mother of eight children. She is very determined to support the needs of her children.
PHOTO REPORT – More than 20,000 child soldiers have been freed from armed forces and groups in the DRC over the last 10 years. Discover the story, doubt and certainties of former Kasai child soldiers.
Child labour in the DRC remains a pressing issue. Five youths from Goma (east of DR Congo), denounce the exploitations and abuses they suffered.
GUESTBLOGGER – At 10 years of age, George must break stones to support his family. Our guest blogger wondered about the problem of child labor in DRC and went to meet George: he shares his story with you.
CHILD REPORTER -A birth certificate allows children to be recognized as Congolese citizens and protects them against violations of their fundamental rights.
One important aspect of being a woman that is often neglected is menstruation. Menstrual hygiene, a matter of education?
GUEST BLOGGER-In the Congolese capital, teen reporters mobilize to defend the rights of children. They are fighting everywhere in Kinshasa. Let us discover, through this report, their fight against the marriage of children.
What leads children to join armed groups? Sebihi, joined a welding shop. Vocational training finished, he was engaged for the seriousness of his work.
PHOTO STORY- In Bonkulu, a small village about 30 kilometers from Bandundu city, young girls are caught early in marriage and pregnant before puberty. The Bonkulu Youth Association is mobilized through educational talks to end child marriages in Kwilu. Discover the report of our Photographer Gwenn Dubourthoumieu.
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.