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Ms Gufran Al-Nadaf, Swedish Ambassador for Children and Armed Conflict gets into a dialogue with children during her visit in the DRC

Ms Gufran Al-Nadaf, Swedish Ambassador for Children and Armed Conflict gets into a dialogue with children during her visit in the DRC

24 May 2018 No Comments on Ms Gufran Al-Nadaf, Swedish Ambassador for Children and Armed Conflict gets into a dialogue with children during her visit in the DRC

PRESS RELEASE – In order to get a better understanding of the impact of the armed conflict on children in the DRC and to strengthen her advocacy work, the Ambassador has met with children who were directly involved in fighting as well as with children whose communities are impacted.

UNICEF mobilizing hundreds of community workers to fight Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo

UNICEF mobilizing hundreds of community workers to fight Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo

18 May 2018 No Comments on UNICEF mobilizing hundreds of community workers to fight Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo

PRESS RELEASE – Scaling up in response to the Ebola outbreak in the DRC, UNICEF, with the DRC Government and partners, is mobilizing hundreds of community workers to raise awareness among children and families of how to protect themselves against the disease.

Ebola epidemic in the Equateur province: the Minister of Public Health visits affected zones, accompanied by the Representatives of WHO and UNICEF

Ebola epidemic in the Equateur province: the Minister of Public Health visits affected zones, accompanied by the Representatives of WHO and UNICEF

14 May 2018 No Comments on Ebola epidemic in the Equateur province: the Minister of Public Health visits affected zones, accompanied by the Representatives of WHO and UNICEF

PRESS RELEASE – In order to coordinate the response to the Ebola virus disease epidemic declared on 8 May 2018, the Minister of Public Health of the DRC visited Mbandaka and the Bikoro health zone today. He was accompanied by Representatives of WHO and UNICEF.