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.
PHOTO – In Kalemie, cholera is endemic. A large number of households take their water from the huge lake and drink it untreated despite the numerous waterborne diseases likely to affect their health.
NEWS – Thanks to a photo exhibition about water and environment in Bukavu, Rehema, 18, realised that she haven’t been washing her hands properly.
HEALTH – Monique had to attend the burial of her husband, following the cholera epidemic. After the funeral, Monique went home to Mbuji-Mayi without any precaution.
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!
WORLD WATER WEEK – Every quarter, three women dismantle the pump in order to clean the pipes, lubricate the wheelwork and change the waterproof joints.
WATER WEEK – Dieudonne tells us how access to drinking water for rural populations in the north east of the DRC has become sustainable thanks to women.
YOUNG REPORTER – Water is indispensable to every human being. Congolese children continue to suffer, and even die as a result of the lack of access to drinking water. This cannot be tolerated.
PHOTO REPORT – Follow our photograph on the banks of Lake Tanganyika, the epicentre of the cholera epidemic which is raging more than ever in the Democratic Republic of Congo. An exclusive report.
EMERGENCY – A cholera epidemic has been declared in Kinshasa and continues throughout the country. Cholera response in DRC will not succeed without support.