Through radio broadcasts and awareness sessions, we keep repeating that all communities are equal.
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.
This slam is a message of hope to all the children in a difficult situation, to all the discriminated children, raped or malnourished. It is also an alarm cry!
Whenever Ebola strikes, children end up alone or become orphaned, men and women become widowed.
Pona Bana, the voice of the children in the Democratic Republic of Congo wishes you a Happy New Year 2019!
CHILD REPORTER – The celebration of the 20th November was the first in the city of Isiro and in the Haut-Uélé province and…. the mobilization was complete!
YOUNG REPORTER – In order to reach the most remote children, UNICEF agents occasionally have to go through impossible moments: impractical roads, mud, dust,… Let me tell you about my …
Boys playing football (UNICEF DRC Dubourthoumieu)
YOUNG REPORTER – Playing, relaxing and taking part in recreational activities are among the important things in the life of a child. Unfortunately, there is …
YOUNG REPORTER – UNICEF organised an art competition for artists of the Academy of Fine Arts, on the occasion of its 70th anniversary. The competition aimed to depict children’s rights in the DRC in works of art.
NEWS – Since 2014, the city of Goma in North Kivu, hosts every year the Amani festival, internationally known for its promotion of the culture of peace. Elodie, 14, and Child Reporter, narrates her participation in the three days of the festival!