This is Believe’s story. The story full of bravery and strength of a 7-year-old who’s determined to go to school despite her illness that exposes her to a fair number of risks and some forms of injustice.
Children’s education is a big challenge for DRC. Discover the story of these out-of-school children and find out why this is the case and how UNICEF and its partners went door-to-door to enrol the most vulnerable children in schools.
INTERVIEW ! Serge is passionate about his work at UNICEF where he makes sure children have their say in decisions that affect them. Last July, children of DRC were given the opportunity to discuss violations of their own rights in armed conflict.
On 19th November 2015, the whole world will celebrate World Toilet Day! This is why UNICEF DRC is organising a Photography competition focusing especially on these facilities that the great majority of us take for granted. Find out why latrines and toilets are essential for human beings and PARTICIPATE IN THE COMPETITION!
“I hope we managed to give our Youth Volunteers the right tools to deal with harsh living conditions in their respective provinces.” Axelle organised a special training course to help young professionals fulfil their year-long field missions in DRC!
Young professionals are vital part of the United Nations workforce, including in DRC where nine United Nations Young Volunteers have been deployed to ten of DRC’s eleven former provinces to evaluate UNICEF’s programmes in DRC: a huge responsibility that we have no doubt in believing they will carry out successfully!
DRC now hosts more than 13,500 Burundian refugees who have fled the political instability in their country. Suddenly leaving everything behind to save your own life and that of your family creates an incredible amount of obstacles. What are we doing to help these refugees and the Congolese families who are going through this ?