UNICEF DRC wished to give Congolese children and adolescents, the future adults of tomorrow, the chance to use their voices. Through a series of portraits, they convey their aspirations, their projects and especially their dreams to you for the future. Discover the #Generation2030!
I started making porridge with local foods with my second child. At first, I gave Cerelac. I paid a box 4000 francs (about 2.5US $) which lasted me 1 week. Now, with only 3000 francs, I can prepare porridge for 2 to 3 weeks!
Hélène, School Brigades Leader of a Healthy School: “As leader of the school brigades, I ask the other students who are brigade members to pick up any paper lying around on the ground and to clean the toilets.
In Futuka, the community development unit partners with the health care centre to improve household healthOur Posts Photo story 17 October 2017
Every week, the community development unit of the village of Futuka situated thirty kilometres from Lubumbashi, the capital of Haut-Katanga province, meets to review the implementation of essential family practices in the village.
PHOTO STORY – In the most remote areas of the Congolese capital, water and sanitation infrastructures are increasingly scarce. Jean-Jacques, Nathan, Diana, Merveille, Young Reporters traveled to Kimbwala in the commune of Mont-Ngafula to find out if washing hands in Kinshasa is a habit.
Read the full story of Naomie, 7 years old and going at school for the first year.
WORLD WATER WEEK – Every quarter, three women dismantle the pump in order to clean the pipes, lubricate the wheelwork and change the waterproof joints.
PHOTO REPORT – Mambote Primary School’s student club, created last year with the goal of promoting equality between boys and girls, aimed towards togetherness, and bringing the students to raise awareness within their families and friends about gender questions.
PHOTO REPORT – In one of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s poorest regions, the future of an entire generation of children is at risk. Find out more from photographer Gwenn Dubouthoumieu.
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.