YOUNG REPORTER – We do not always have access to a computer to write our articles. That’s no problem, we can always find a way to send our messages !
NEWS – We are the very first team of Young Reporters in the history of the Haut-Uélé, our province. Would you like to know more about our training, our impressions and our aims in promoting children’s rights? The answer is in this article.
YOUNG REPORTER – Busime is a 16-year-old girl from the Walungu territory of South Kivu. I met her in Bukavu where, alongside her brother, she sells carrots. She does this work so that she can pay her school fees. This is her story.
BLOG – Unexpected aid for vulnerable people in Tshijiba, 80km from Mbuji Mayi: the province’s young reporters collected funds to assist sick children and new-borns!
YOUNG REPORTER – During her visit to a Transit and Orientation Centre in Goma, the US Ambassador to the United Nations agreed to be interview by the Young Reporters.
PHOTO STORY – In the most remote areas of the Congolese capital, water and sanitation infrastructures are increasingly scarce. Jean-Jacques, Nathan, Diana, Merveille, Young Reporters traveled to Kimbwala in the commune of Mont-Ngafula to find out if washing hands in Kinshasa is a habit.
YOUNG REPORTER – Find more about Jean Paul Luketo’s big appeal concerning dignified learning conditions for children in his Province.
YOUNG REPORTER – Breast milk is the only and best food an infant needs during his/her first six months. After this, it is recommended to continue breastfeeding up to the age of 2.
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 – The education of children should not pose a problem, but, in the Mahagi territory, in Ituri, customs are a major barrier for the education of girls. I went to Ndrele, a business centre in the Mahagi territory, around 180km from the town of Bunia, to find out more.