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.
I have a story for you that I am sure you will find moving. It’s a sad story about a friend of mine who lives in my neighbourhood.
Because of the lack of information, parents are giving Plumpy‘Nut® to their healthy children.
I ask parents and all the members of my community to not wait until Ebola kills to agree to go to the treatment center. No child should lose 11 members of his family!
Through radio broadcasts and awareness sessions, we keep repeating that all communities are equal.
If displaced families do not have food, how could they support the schooling of their children?
Children have the right to express themselves in order to promote their rights and they must understand the role that they play.
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.