In the wake of woman month, Julie devotes a poem to the women of the world. This woman, of whom she speaks, refers to her mother today, and perhaps to herself tomorrow.
We demand the government to respect their rights by helping them frequent school according to article 24 of the Convention of the Rights of Children.
During the month of August 2018, children of Kinshasa sensitized families on the importance of registering their children at the registry. When children speak, they can do the sensitization differently, by using simple language.
Since she is 10 years old, Sophia lives in the street of Lubumbashi, doesn’t have anyone to protect her et does not go to school.
For Deo, Child Reporter from the Bandundu province, fighting against gender-based violences is essential. Discover how he defends gender equality.
Merveille, Chil Reporter, tells about her daily fight for gender equality. Let’s not forget how important this issue still is in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
This is the story of Shukuru, a 13-year-old girl who is a student in the 4th year of primary school. A victim of discrimination, she was unable to start school at 6 years of age like her brothers.
Free health care is a good way of fighting against Ebola in DRC as people no longer have to hide from the disease, worrying about paying for care
Whenever Ebola strikes, children end up alone or become orphaned, men and women become widowed.
Why is it so important to breastfeed your child ? Hugues, Child Reporter from eastern DRC, explains why it so essential to make sure children are healthy.