KASAI – People were not able to crop their fields last year. Without assistance, thousands of children in the Kasaï region will die of the consequences of malnutrition.
NEWS – Thanks to a photo exhibition about water and environment in Bukavu, Rehema, 18, realised that she haven’t been washing her hands properly.
TESTIMONIAL – Celine, 21, was a victim of a rape in the city of Goma. Since then, her life is a real nightmare. Thanks to a multisectoral support, she overcame her fears and now believes in a better future!
TESTIMONY – Every 19th November, the world celebrates world toilet day. Why talk about toilets? In certain cities, there is still a serious problem of hygienic public toilets. And this could ruin our life in case of an urgent need!
PHOTO REPORT – Francine learns, with other women, to prepare the 4* porridge in order to fight the malnutrition of her twins. Find out the recipe !
In Futuka, the community development unit partners with the health care centre to improve household health17 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.
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.
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*.
EDUCATION – In a very basic classroom equipped only with a blackboard and some twenty wooden desks, school teachers and school principals are keen to learn a new approach on how to teach reading/writing, mathematics and everyday life skills.
Children must be at the center of the defense of their rights. Yet the participation of the children of the Democratic Republic of the Congo in issues that concern them is far from being a reality. To reverse the trend, we, 23 children from the Province of Ituri, participated in a training for Children Reporters.