YOUNG REPORTER – My name is Sarah, I am 17 years old and I coordinate the Young Reporters in my Province, Haut-Uélé. On 20 November, during events celebrating Universal Children’s Day, we had the opportunity to give a speech to the authorities and one month later we have now received a positive response.
YOUNG REPORTER – My name is Joël, for my first article as a Young Reporter, I will tell you a sad story, the story of a boy who fall in the trap of alcohol.
YOUNG REPORTER – We that all these deaths of children due to the diseases of unsanitary dirty hands are just too many deaths! These deaths occur because the different decision-makers on water, hygiene and sanitation issues do not follow through on nor fulfill their commitments to children.
CHILD REPORTER – The celebration of the 20th November was the first in the city of Isiro and in the Haut-Uélé province and…. the mobilization was complete!
YOUNG REPORTERS – Despite the efforts of the Provincial Government and its partners in the implementation of projects and programmes to improve the situation of mothers and children, the rights of children in Ituri Province are not fully respected.
YOUNG REPORTER – In order to reach the most remote children, UNICEF agents occasionally have to go through impossible moments: impractical roads, mud, dust,… Let me tell you about my …
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 – 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!
Everyone has a role to play in educating children. Find out about the activities of the door-to-door campaign around 200 km from Bunia.
YOUNG REPORTER – All children have the right to education, however it is a disturbing reality in the Mambasa territory of Ituri Province that there are thousands of Pygmy children who have never been to school! Those who are fortunate enough to study have difficulty completing the school year. How can we make sense of this unfortunate situation? I propose some answers in this article.