eeding a source of income to finance the upkeep and maintenance of the waterworks, the community had the idea of cultivating a community field.
WORLD WATER WEEK – Every quarter, three women dismantle the pump in order to clean the pipes, lubricate the wheelwork and change the waterproof joints.
WATER WEEK – Nearly 9000 cases of cholera, 145 of which were fatal, were recorded in the former province of Katanga during 2016.
WATER WEEK – Dieudonne tells us how access to drinking water for rural populations in the north east of the DRC has become sustainable thanks to women.
CHILD REPORTER – I would like to share with all readers some sad realities that young girls live on a daily basis, which stem from the occurrence of menstruation. I write this article with the hope that, from where you are, you will act in their favour.
PHOTO REPORT – “It’s a huge relief for me because my wife just gave birth the day before yesterday and I did not know what to do. Now the problem is nearly resolved.”
NEWS – “What would you do if you hear that a classmate of yours had HIV ?” Noël, a 7-year-old boy, received a thunderous applause for his testimony !
NEWS – “We, children of Kasai, remind you: we are only children, and we deserve everything from you. Do not deprive us of our rights.”
PHOTO REPORT – Over 3000 people are already infected with cholera in Goma and its surrounds. The provincial government, with the support of UNICEF and other partners, is trying to break the cycle of this disease.
PRESS RELEASE – The Minister of Primary, Secondary and Vocational Education officially launched this Tuesday 15 August 2017 the 1st year of primary school enrolment campaign for 6 and 7-year-olds for the 2017-2018 school year.