YOUNG REPORTER – We made an encounter with an exceptional woman: Ivonne. She is forty years old, and a mother of eight children. She is very determined to support the needs of her children.
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.
CHILD REPORTER -A birth certificate allows children to be recognized as Congolese citizens and protects them against violations of their fundamental rights.
GUEST BLOGGER-In the Congolese capital, teen reporters mobilize to defend the rights of children. They are fighting everywhere in Kinshasa. Let us discover, through this report, their fight against the marriage of children.
YOUNG REPORTER – What is the impact of armed conflict on children in the north-east of the DRC? Zawadi,and other children the fear of armed groups is daily.
PHOTO STORY – Jean, Emmanuel, Grace investigate on the situation of children’s rights. Discover their work for children and their future in Bandundu.
PHOTO STORY – In the most remote areas of the Congolese capital, water and sanitation infrastructures are increasingly scarce. Jean-Jacques, Nathan, Diana, Merveille, Children reporters traveled to Kimbwala in the commune of Mont-Ngafula to find out if washing hands in Kinshasa is a habit.
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.
CHILDREN’S VOICES – Radio and television play a key role in the spread of Children’s Voices. David shares with us his experience as a Child Reporter in Ituri.
CHILD REPORTER – Disguised begging continues to grow. Numerous children are looking for a giving hand in Kiwanja, an important city at about 70 kilometres North of Goma. Not acting as adults would do, children proceed in their own way…