PARTICIPATION – Eliel, 14, and Gloire, 17, explain their role in creating 343 branch offices of the Civil Registry in the province of Haut-Lomami.
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…
PROTECTION – The Lualaba provincial authorities in former Katanga province call on women and children to leave the quarries and mines. This appeal was made at the end of 2016 and is part of the struggle to mobilise those concerned since no viable alternative is made available to them.
.A few weeks after the return to school in Likasi, classrooms are empty. Deborah, 15, is trying to sell oranges to be able to also pay her tuition.
Coach Florent Ibengé takes part in a campaign for promoting birth registration in Kinshasa.
Katanga religious leaders and communities join the campaign for the dissemination of good sanitation practices.
Meet Sophie Tayeye a community mobilizer in Bandundu, she links the inhabitants of her neighbourhood to healthcare services and promotes Children’s Right to Identity.
This is Believe’s story. The story full of bravery and strength of a 7-year-old who’s determined to go to school despite her illness that exposes her to a fair number of risks and some forms of injustice.
Children’s education is a big challenge for DRC. Discover the story of these out-of-school children and find out why this is the case and how UNICEF and its partners went door-to-door to enrol the most vulnerable children in schools.
Music is one of those things that everyone enjoys. This is why it is often used as a means to convey important messages to audiences. The Francofolies festival this year seized the opportunity to promote children’s enrolment in schools. Find out how!