YOUNG REPORTER – In my first blog, I want to talk about the importance of nursery school. Come with me to Sommet du Savoir School in the city of Bunia, in Ituri Province.
CHILD REPORTER – It is 10am on Monday 18 September 2017 when an unusual commotion reached my school, the Mont Amba school group, in the municipality of Lemba, in Kinshasa. Details about this day below…
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.
YOUNG REPORTERS – Two teenagers who are preparing for their return to school in a motorcycle washing station. Discover their testimonies and their wishes for education.
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 – 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
NEWS – “We, children of Kasai, remind you: we are only children, and we deserve everything from you. Do not deprive us of our rights.”
PARTICIPATION – Eliel, 14, and Gloire, 17, explain their role in creating 343 branch offices of the Civil Registry in the province of Haut-Lomami.
CHILD REPORTER -A birth certificate allows children to be recognized as Congolese citizens and protects them against violations of their fundamental rights.
CHILD REPORTER – My colleague José and I, Melina, are 16 years old. We are child reporters in Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of Congo. We decided to go meet child street vendors in the streets of our town. Why are they working instead of studying? This is our report.