EBOLA – Water, sanitation and hygiene play a crucial role in approaching communities and providing them with the right tools to ensure their health. More than ever, water is life!
YOUNG REPORTER – Since 1993, 22nd March has been dedicated to the celebration of World Water Day. This year, the Young Reporters, in partnership with the Ituri listeners club for children, have come together for the treatment, preservation and importance of water.
EXHIBITION – 20 former Child Reporters were trained on hosting and looking after the exhibition equipment over 3 days. The goal was to share information relating to water with Kinshasa pupils and encourage the children to change their behaviour in terms of water management.
TESTIMONIAL – I had the opportunity to go on a field trip to the health zone of Kasenga in the Province of Upper Katanga to talk with members of a Community Animation Cell. I was drawn to the testimony of Chantal, a very dynamic woman involved in improving the health of children in her community.
SANITATION – In Kasaï-Oriental Province, the Central 4 and Bakua Bowa villages serve as examples. In these two villages, the community participation has been the key to the success of the sustainable achievements of the National Healthy School and Village Program.
YOUNG REPORTER – Recently formed at participation and defence speech. Kinshasa’s Young Reporters take the floor to guarantee access to water and hygiene in their schools.
CHOLERA – Près de 10.000 acteurs du Haut-Katanga, du Haut-Lomami et du Tanganyika ont été réunis pour être formés à répondre efficacement aux épidémies de choléra.
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.