GUEST BLOG POST – In the DRC, thousands of children accused of witchcraft are mistreated and forced to live in the street. This is a largely ignored phenomenon by populations and public authorities. An investigation was conducted into the matter.
PHOTO EXHIBITION – What does UNICEF do to attain the Sustainable Development Goals in DRC? Find out in pictures in our exceptional new photo project!
LAST FEW DAYS TO VOTE – What is your dream for every child? For UNICEF’s 70th birthday, unleash your creativity for a decent future for children!
PRESS RELEASE – Too many children are affected by conflict and disaster and living without access to medical care, education, nutrition and protection.
UNICEF is celebrating its 70 years of action in the world! What does UNICEF in the DRC do? Discover our exceptional photo exhibition !
Schooling for children during conflict is uncertain. In Pweto, new classooms offer them an opportunity to continue their schooling !
Two months after the school start in DRC, too many children are still not registered. Erick, 13, explained hisstory, his struggle and his hopes.
.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.
Too many vulnerable children in Ituri do not go to school. The Young Reporters immerse themselves into the movement for the schooling of these children.
UNESCO and UNICEF pay their respects to the teachers and students killed in Butembo on Saturday 15 October 2016.