BLOG – At first sight, it is on peaceful roads that we drive towards Miabi, located at 35 kilometers of Mbuji Mayi, the capital of the province of Eastern Kasai.Once arrived in Miabi, this impression of peace quickly proves misleading.
PHOTO REPORT – Chronic malnutrition in South Kivu remains a major problem for the public health. A unique photo report from guest photographer Fredrik Lerneryd.
VIDEO – Family kits, containing essential medicines to fight the major child killers, are distributed to accelerate the reduction of child mortality. Is it worthy? Find out by watching this video.
Immunization in DRC is facing a lot of difficulties Vaccinating a child means planning for a healthy and strong future for the nation.
The DRC launched a response vaccination campaign against yellow fever targeting all those aged nine months and over in the affected health areas.
Jacqueline conscious of the inequities of those with less mobility developed a new approach to sanitation.
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.
UNICEF DRC continues to work hard in order to reach the well-known Millennium Development Goals and puts in particular effort, thanks to the cooperation of the DRC Government, to reduce maternal and under-5 child mortality. Fnd out HOW!
What are “family kits”, do you ask? Charlotte explains to us what they’re for and especially, the benefits that FAMILY KITS bring to communities in DRC.