EBOLA – Mwamini survived from the virus and with her testimony she contributes to raise the awareness in her community.
EDUCATION – Since the calm has returned in Kasai Province, after spending weeks in the bush, Chantal’s children can finally go back to school.
Impregnated mosquito nets and gestures of solidarity: all must have the opportunity to protect themselves27 November 2018
HEALTH – During the distribution campaign of mosquito nets in her school, Christevie learnt how to protect herself from malaria and how to help the others to do the same.
EBOLA – A child diagnosed with the disease, stigma from the community, a disrupted life. UNICEF regularly assist Leonie’s family giving them a psycho-social support.
“When I took the training we were promised that we would get something very important to our life. And when my father wanted to know what that thing was I told him it was the birth certificate. “
EBOLA – Like Préférence, more than 200 children have been deprived of their parents because of the Ebola virus disease. UNICEF seeks to guarantee the physical, emotional and psychological wellbeing of these children.
VACCINATION – Since October, the Democratic Republic of the Congo has had the biggest vaccine and health product depot in Sub-Saharan Africa.
EBOLA – UNICEF trained seven nutritionists to provide the necessary nutrition care to people infected with the Ebola virus and children of parents in quarantine.
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.