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.
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.
PHOTO STORY- In the province of Kwilu, tradition has so far prevailed over education. Young girls drop out of school and are precociously married. Faced with this situation, the New Dynamics of Women’s Youth, NGO partner of UNICEF, does not lower the arm to promote education in Kwilu to the detriment of the traditions. Unpublished report of our Photographer Gwenn Dubourthoumieu.
PHOTO STORY- In Sampiere, a small village to the east of Bandundu, people gathered to follow a comedy about the fight against child marriage in Kwilu. The UNICEF DRC reporter followed them.
PHOTO STORY – Are men and women sharing tasks in DRC ? Innocent decided to change ! He is now a family man : he manage the money and discuss things with his wife !
PHOTO REPORT – Charline and Gabriel’s prime reason for wanting to register their marriage in the Registry Office was to benefit from a protection of the state, should they ever separate or if one of the spouses passed away.
KEY FIGURES – New data on education, reproductive health, involvement in household decision-making and the manner in which young women perceive physical and sexual violence show a noticeable empowerment of girls in the DRC.
DIGITAL EXHIBITION – Gender equality is often not a reality in the DR Congo. Women and men progressing together, a unique photo exhibition.
PHOTO STORY – Anoy Ngolor, the “Mfumu Nkento” is committed to the fight for gender equality and fight against early marriages in her jurisdiction. Now, women are more involved in taking local decisions!
PHOTO STORY – “I was elected because I am brave,” proclaimed Ebangila Mbo with pride while putting on her school uniform: a white shirt and a marine blue skirt, on which a badge is attached at the neck by a blue cord. The badge is a distinctive sign of her status as the Minister of her School Club.