FACTS FOR LIFE – Find out everything there is to know about the importance of breasfeeding. After all, it IS Breastfeeding Week here in DRC!
PRESS RELEASE – More than 1 million people have been forced from their homes by waves of violent conflict in the Greater Kasai region – making the region one of the largest displacement crises in the world for children.
GUEST BLOGGER – For years in Tanganyika, an intercommunity conflict divides pygmees and bantus. The women and children are the first victims of the clashes. Even more: hundreds of children find themselves on the front lines of the self-defense groups.
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.
PHOTO REPORT – Since the beginning of hostilities, hundreds of children have been displaced by violence. With the support of UNICEF, Dr. Moïse is fighting to help children survive.
NEWS – A truck can improve children’s health! UNICEF has just made a 16 ton truck available so that vulnerable populations in the remote health regions of North Kivu can have better access to medication and other medical supplies.
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.
NEWS/PHOTO – UNICEF mobilizes alongside local communities and government to protect children against polio virus in the DRC.
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.