WORLD WATER WEEK – Every quarter, three women dismantle the pump in order to clean the pipes, lubricate the wheelwork and change the waterproof joints.
NEWS – Health, nutrition, water, education, emergencies, … Everything you need to know about the children and UNICEF DRC in 2016.
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.
PHOTO REPORT – Follow our photograph on the banks of Lake Tanganyika, the epicentre of the cholera epidemic which is raging more than ever in the Democratic Republic of Congo. An exclusive report.
Child Reporters have been advocating for an end to a discrimination and to allow all children to benefit from the Healthy Villages and Neighborhoods program
Presse release – World Water Week – Collecting water is often a colossal waste of time for women and girls, notably in the DRC.
Laetitia, young reporter from Goma, tells you how water issues affect her and her friends.
Find more how Saint-Augustin school refuses to give up the program “healthy School “in the hopes of never having to suffer the cholera again.
What do we do to help them? Find more about UNICEF’ help to the Burundian refugees in emergencies situation in Kamanyola
Since the communities of Lubudi (ex-Katanga) have invested in Healthy Villages, water borne diseases have gone down significantly.