EMERGENCIES – As Alphonsine and her family survived from day to day, a fire ravaged the camp AND the family’s meagre possessions went up in smoke
HEALTH – The use of long-lasting insecticide-treated nets is the most efficient method to combat malaria in terms of cost and efficiency.
EBOLA – Since the beginning of the epidemic, almost 3.6 million people have been sensitized through local radios, information sessions in public places, and through the distribution of posters and booklets.
EBOLA – Amani is working on one of the 29 chlorinated water points installed by UNICEF in the Mabalako health zone, which gives 43,680 people access to clean water for handwashing.
YOUNG REPORTERS – Aware of the importance of water in their schooling, Young Reporters from different schools did not hesitate to speak out to ensure water access and hygiene in their school compound.
RAPPORT – En RDC, seulement 52% de la population accès à un point d’eau amélioré et 29% à des installations sanitaires améliorées. Le Programme National École et Village Assainis vise à améliorer les conditions d’accès à l’eau, l’assainissement et l’hygiène.
REPORT – Health, nutrition, water, education, emergencies, … Everything you need to know about the children and UNICEF DRC in 2017.
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.
EBOLA – The past weeks have been particularly stressful and demanding for all of us in the UNICEF DRC team. To contain the disease, we knew we had to be quick and efficient.
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.