12 December 2017
11 December 2017
At least 400,000 children under five in the Kasai region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo are suffering from severe acute malnutrition and could die in 2018 if they are not urgently reached with lifesaving health and nutrition interventions, UNICEF warned today. The dire situation has largely been caused by violence, mass displacement and reduced agricultural production over the past 18 months
30 November 2017
KASAI – For the last several weeks, a sense of hope has returned to Kanzala, on the outskirts of Tshikapa, capital of the Kasai Province. Children have made their way back to school thanks to a temporary school set up in UNICEF tents.
14 November 2017
TESTIMONY– After fleeing the violence between armed forces and the militia in the Province of Kasai, Niclette and her two children found themselves in an extremely vulnerable situation.
8 November 2017
HUMANITARIAN SITUATION – Latest updates about the humanitarian situation in the DRC. Find the highlights and situation overview and the latest key figures.
26 October 2017
NEWS – The Governor of Ituri Province, Abadalah Penembaka, officially launched, this Tuesday November 3rd 2017 at Bunia, a multisector UNICEF project aimed to strengthen the resilience of communities affected by armed conflicts in the Nyankunde and Komanda health zones in the East of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
16 October 2017
BLOG – On this day in October, dozens of people gathered under a large tree in Mulumba – Muteba, located 70 km from Kananga, in Kasai Central Province. All were there to receive a kit allowing them to resume a normal life after months of violence.
16 October 2017
Latest updates about the humanitarian situation in the Kasai region. Find the humanitarian highlights and the latest key figures and actions taken by UNICEF and its partners.
29 September 2017
BLOG – Have you ever let tears roll down your cheeks when listening to a child talk about themselves? As they ask you questions about the meaning of life and about your place in society? For me, that happened a few days ago, when I met Justine*.
25 September 2017
PRESS RELEASE – UNICEF devotes particular attention to this crisis and has made the humanitarian response in this region a global priority for the organization.
YOUNG REPORTER – Goma, one of the most beautiful cities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, is situated at the edge of Lake Kivu. Nevertheless, the lack of water remains a problem for this city where the cholera epidemic is a reality.