YOUNG REPORTER – For 5 years now, the city of Goma has been regularly hosting the great Amani Festival. We were there!
YOUNG REPORTER – In order to best protect people, they must be integrated into the process and encouraged to participate. In my opinion, a decision which concerns me made in my absence is against my interests.
NEWS – On Saturday 9th December 2017 in Lubumbashi, children became the town mayors and civil servants! In order to celebrate International Children’s Day, a series of activities were conducted to promote the rights of every child.
YOUNG REPORTER – During the whole month of August, children were the main participants in a programme to inform families about the importance of registering the births of their children, conducted by the goverment in collaboration with UNICEF.
YOUNG REPORTER – We do not always have access to a computer to write our articles. That’s no problem, we can always find a way to send our messages !
NEWS – We are the very first team of Young Reporters in the history of the Haut-Uélé, our province. Would you like to know more about our training, our impressions and our aims in promoting children’s rights? The answer is in this article.
PRESS RELEASE – The Ministry of Gender, Children and Family and UNICEF highlight the role of children and adolescents in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
YOUNG REPORTER – Almost 2,000 students celebrated the International Day of the Girl Child at the Sainte Germaine High School in Kinshasa. Children were under the sun while adults were under the tents!
YOUNG REPORTER – Olivier went to meet Marie, a vulnerable child living in Mbuji Mayi to find out more about birth registration. She has been given a second chance to obtain their birth certificate
PARTICIPATION – Eliel, 14, and Gloire, 17, explain their role in creating 343 branch offices of the Civil Registry in the province of Haut-Lomami.