654,000 people have fled the inter-ethnic violence that ravaged this province of the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo since July 2016. 48,000 have settled in several camps around Kalemie.
GUEST BLOGGER – For years in Tanganyika, an intercommunity conflict divides pygmees and bantus. The women and children are the first victims of the clashes. Even more: hundreds of children find themselves on the front lines of the self-defense groups.
NEWS – Health, nutrition, water, education, emergencies, … Everything you need to know about the children and UNICEF DRC in 2016.
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.
EMERGENCY – A cholera epidemic has been declared in Kinshasa and continues throughout the country. Cholera response in DRC will not succeed without support.
URGENCES – Comment la situation humanitaire en RDC début 2017 affecte-t-elle les enfants ? Quelle est la réponse de l’UNICEF et de ses partenaires ? Chiffre
VIDEO – In the provinces of Kasai and Tanganyika, hundreds of thousands families have been displaced by violence. How to help these families rebuild their lives?