EDUCATION – Thanks to a partnership between UNICEF and the Institut Français of Goma, children have the the chance to improve their learning of the French language
Kasaï : UNICEF réintègre 30.000 enfants à l’école grâce à un don des peuples américains et britanniques27 June 2018
COMMUNIQUE DE PRESSE – La crise qui a affecté la région du Kasaï depuis deux ans a laissé des milliers d’enfants en dehors du système scolaire. Afin de répondre à cette situation, un accord de collaboration a été signé aujourd’hui entre l’UNICEF, USAID et la Coopération britannique pour garantir un accès inclusif à une éducation de qualité à 30.000 enfants.
KASAI – Friday 15th December 2017 was the start of the holidays at the Musue Bionso Primary School in Mulombela, a village situated 20km from Kananga. he students and teachers did not know then that they would not be able to return to the classroom after the holidays.
TESTIMONY – “At the end of my studies, I want to become an architect engineer. I wish to contribute to the modernization of the town of Kananga where the majority of the buildings date back to the colonial era”
TESTIMONY – “My father will always prioritize boys for school expenditure. I believe that our parents are to be told that we, as human beings, girls and boys, are equal and deserve the same treatment in life.”
YOUNG REPORTER – In this article, I am going to tell you the story of a child I met at the General Hospital of Bunia. Bahati, 10, is one of thousands of children who fled the intercommunal violence in the Ituri Province.
YOUNG REPORTER – “When it rains, we dismiss the students to their homes seeing as the roofs of our rooms are made of straw. We cannot resist bad weather since the walls do not exist either”
YOUNG REPORTERS – Despite the efforts of the Provincial Government and its partners in the implementation of projects and programmes to improve the situation of mothers and children, the rights of children in Ituri Province are not fully respected.
KASAI – Kamiji Territory, situated in Lomami Province, was the scene of clashes between the security forces and Kamuina Nsapu militants. The violence forced entire populations to hide in the brush, far from basic services. During these months, the children were unable to continue their education.
BLOG – Bipendu is just eight years old. Her happy face tells the story of a child who is going back to school.