15 August 2018
24 July 2018
COMMUNIQUE DE PRESSE – Ce financement permettra aux nouveau-nés, aux enfants, aux adolescents et aux mères de bénéficier d’un appui dans le domaine de la santé pour réduire les maladies et prévenir les décès
5 July 2018
EBOLA – We had the idea while watching a World Cup match: football brings people together! We had to use football to mobilise the people of Bobala and gather them together in one place. Then we could tell them about Ebola.
20 June 2018
HEALTH – Most mother and newborn deaths can be prevented. All women need to do is attend prenatal sessions regularly, as it is at these sessions that women receive follow-up and advice on childbirth.
30 April 2018
POLIO – It was on seeing Nelly approaching the car that I understood that behind her big smile, her made up eyes and her fashionable clothes, hid a great sorrow; she was using her arms to move towards us.
15 March 2018
ACTU – In April 2017, DRC registered a new polio case in penegorie village in the Kunda Health Zone, Maniema province. Deo, a motorbike repairer has engaged in the fight against the disease as a social mobiliser for the interest of children.
9 March 2018
EMERGENCIES – Forced to flee her village when she was eight months pregnant, Jeanne gave birth on the shore of Lake Tanganyika, under the crackling of bullets. Jeanne and her baby are now in a camp near Kalemie.
23 February 2018
TESTIMONY – In the Province of Tanganyika, clashes have resulted in the displacement of 717.000 persons. Among them was 18-year old Pascaline, who could not have imagined the circumstances in which she would give birth to her first child.
22 February 2018
KEY FIGURES – The “Levels and Trends in Child Mortality 2017” reveals that 7,000 newborns die every day, despite steady decrease in under-five mortality. Our expert takes stock of the situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
21 February 2018
BLOG – Community health is the responsibility of everyone. Espérance, a young mother, supports sanitary welfare of the mother and child in her village.
PHOTO STORY – The Rubare health centre has been encouraging couples to attend prenatal consultations together. This is important for improving joint monitoring and care for the development of the pregnancy.