Press release – 50 million of uprooted children in the world. Report on the global situation and focus on the Democratic Republic Congo
Results of pan-African poll released on the Day of the African Child
GAMBELLA (Ethiopia) / Dakar / Nairobi, 16 June 2016 – African leaders are not doing enough to stop conflicts …
UN children’s agency calls for protection of schools and hospitals attacked ahead of World Humanitarian Summit.
NEW YORK 19 May 2016 – An average of four schools or hospitals are attacked …
Almost two-thirds of children who have not been immunized with basic vaccines live in countries that are either partially or entirely affected by conflict, UNICEF said ahead of World Immunization Week. Of countries in conflict, South Sudan has the highest percentage of unimmunized children, with 61 per cent not receiving the most basic childhood vaccination, followed by Somalia (58 per cent) and Syria (57 per cent).
PRESS RELEASE: The number of adolescent deaths from AIDS has tripled over the last 15 years, according to new data released by UNICEF.
Child brides in Africa could more than double to 310 million by 2050 – UNICEF
NEW YORK/LUSAKA, 26 November 2015 – If current trends persist, the total number of child brides …
Joint WHO and UNICEF Press Release: Measles Epidemic Outbreak in the DRC
According to a UNICEF report, nearly 50 million lives have been saved since 2000 and millions more can be saved by 2030. LET’S UNITE!
A huge campaign has made its return in the Democratic Republic of Congo: it’s the Back To School campaign that aims to enrol 2 million children aged 6-7 in their first year of primary school. Check out some impressive figures about education in DRC!
UNICEF and PRONANUT encourage working women to breastfeed their children exclusively up until six monthsPress releases 19 August 2015
World Breastfeeding Week is celebrated this year from 13 to 20 August 2015 throughout the whole country. The practice deserves the attention it’s increasingly receiving so follow our posts on the same subject!