YOUNG REPORTERS – Walking through the streets of Bunia, we noticed something which shocked us: games stalls were being frequented by children, even though gambling is something normally reserved for adults.
BLOG – Since the famous Tuesday 8 May 2018, in the refuge of certain buildings in the city, a race against the clock was taking its course: it was necessary to implement a response plan to contain the epidemic as rapidly as possible.
YOUNG REPORTER – Since 1993, 22nd March has been dedicated to the celebration of World Water Day. This year, the Young Reporters, in partnership with the Ituri listeners club for children, have come together for the treatment, preservation and importance of water.
CHILD REPORTER – I would like to share with all readers some sad realities that young girls live on a daily basis, which stem from the occurrence of menstruation. I write this article with the hope that, from where you are, you will act in their favour.
EMERGENCIES – Find all the latest information about the Ebola outbreak in the Equateur Province and the response of the Government, UNICEF and their partners to control the outbreak.
YOUNG REPORTER – The street has become the only family for many children across the DRC. Traditionally called ‘shegués’, these street children nonetheless have the right to enjoy a decent life and a better family than the street can provide.
PRESS RELEASE – Children continue to be at risk and are affected by the ongoing Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), making it essential that their health and wellbeing are prioritized in the response.
Ms Gufran Al-Nadaf, Swedish Ambassador for Children and Armed Conflict gets into a dialogue with children during her visit in the DRCEmergencies Press releases 24 May 2018
PRESS RELEASE – In order to get a better understanding of the impact of the armed conflict on children in the DRC and to strengthen her advocacy work, the Ambassador has met with children who were directly involved in fighting as well as with children whose communities are impacted.
PHOTO STORY – In Kasai, more than one in ten children may die from the consequences of malnutrition. In response, UNICEF is supporting health centres to treat malnourished children.
One of the particularities of this outbreak is that it includes a major city, Mbandaka that has more than one million inhabitants. More than ever, we need to act quickly and efficiently to avoid the Ebola-disease to spread. We are fighting against time.