Ebola affects Beni children in many ways; if it is not the child himself who falls sick, it is his father, his mother, his brothers, or his sisters.
Today, I am going to tell you the story of Héritier, a 13 year old boy whom I met selling doughnuts by the roadside in the town of Goma
Women and girls continue to bear most of the burden of household activities, including water supply.
On the occasion of World Menstrual Hygiene Day, I call on all Congolese to act NOW and EFFECTIVELY.
By increasing the awareness of the students in a school, we can increase the awareness of all their community.
We, Child Reporters, are asking the government to set up a policy that supports access to drinking water in DRC.
To raise awareness about this incorrect use of these products, Young Reporters went to visit several homes in Bukavu.
In Bikoro, children no longer have access to the radio even though, in the 21st century, radio and television are tools for getting our voices heard on the problems which concern us.
Discover Armand’s first article. As Child Reporters, he and his friends, fiercely defend every child’s right to health.
Hugues, a young reporter from eastern DRC, insisted on talking about immunization, a special issue for him. Discover why.