TESTIMONY – Swollen feet, frizzy hair, loss of appetite and apathy, but now active and lively looking; Julie, a 3 year old girl from Kalemie in Tanganyika province, is a survivor of malnutrition.
TESTIMONY – Tradition has so far prevailed over education in Kwilu. Community workers does not lower the arm to promote education in Kwilu.
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.
NEWS – Health, nutrition, water, education, emergencies, … Everything you need to know about the children and UNICEF DRC in 2016.
NEWS – The call for creations was made on the 70th birthday of UNICEF to show the skills and commitment of DRC artists to every child of the nation. Discover the winners through pictures!
HUMANITARIAN ACTION FOR CHILDREN – For more than two decades, the Democratic Republic of the Congo has been plagued by multiple, complex conflicts with grave humanitarian consequences.
BLOG – The author wrote the following article during a field mission in south-eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo in early 2016. For him, remembering that UNICEF’s mission is all about children is an ever-important, motivating necessity.
NEWS – UNICEF’s 70th birthday was celebrated in spectacular fashion in the DRC. The Congolese are jolly revellers and mobilised across the country to celebrate. Find out how!
PHOTO EXHIBITION – What does UNICEF do to attain the Sustainable Development Goals in DRC? Find out in pictures in our exceptional new photo project!
Po na bana, the blog from the UNICEF team and the voice of children in the Democratic Republic of Congo, wishes you a happy 2017! Below is a roundup of the successes of 2016 and an exclusive look at what’s in store for 2017. Working together for every child in the DRC!