EXPERT INTERVIEW – The security and humanitarian situation in the Kasaï is serious, with an alarming impact on thousands of children/ crisis in Kasaï
Dirt and household waste are a source of pollution and illness that might originate from the spread of microbes, parasites and other frightening carriers for children.
Because of the lack of information, parents are giving Plumpy‘Nut® to their healthy children.
Women and girls continue to bear most of the burden of household activities, including water supply.
We, Child Reporters, are asking the government to set up a policy that supports access to drinking water in DRC.
YOUNG REPORTER – Olivier went to meet Marie, a vulnerable child living in Mbuji Mayi to find out more about birth registration. She has been given a second chance to obtain their birth certificate
NEWS – “We, children of Kasai, remind you: we are only children, and we deserve everything from you. Do not deprive us of our rights.”
On this memorable Day of the African Child, we, the children of the province of Kasai -Occidental, want to advocate against the violation of the right of the child to education.
Set to run from May 30th to June 1st, 2014, the Children’s Hope Forum (Forum de l’espoir d’enfants) provides children with an opportunity for free expression to consolidate peace and …