15 October 2018
12 October 2018
COMMUNIQUE – Le lavage des mains est l’un des moyens les plus efficaces et les moins coûteux pour prévenir des maladies infectieuses et empêcher la transmission des bactéries et de certains virus, notamment celui de l’Ebola.
10 October 2018
PRESS RELEASE – Our Ebola-response aims to ensure that schools in affected areas are offering a protective environment for children to continue their education, while teachers also teach children how to protect themselves from Ebola.
28 September 2018
COMMUNIQUE DE PRESSE – La construction de ce nouvel entrepôt va permettre de stocker dans les meilleures conditions des quantités toujours plus importantes de vaccins.
21 September 2018
PRESS RELEASE – The survivors are living proof that it is possible to recover from the Ebola virus disease. Their testimonies help to reduce the fear in the communities.
14 September 2018
PRESS RELEASE – Children who lose a parent due to Ebola are at risk of being stigmatized, isolated or abandoned, in addition to the experience of losing a loved one or primary caregiver. This group of children are particularly vulnerable and UNICEF is concerned for their wellbeing.
6 September 2018
PRESS RELEASE – UNICEF is expanding its Ebola response and deploying to Butembo a team of 11 specialists in community communication, education, psycho-social assistance, and water, sanitation and hygiene to help contain the disease and avoid any further spread of the epidemic.
28 August 2018
EBOLA – In the context of the start of the school year UNICEF is continuing its prevention efforts in schools
21 August 2018
PRESS RELEASE – UNICEF is scaling up education, health and water, sanitation and hygiene programmes to assist the schools to provide a safe learning environment for children and their teachers.
17 August 2018
COMMUNIQUE DE PRESSE – La campagne vise l’inscription en première année primaire de deux millions d’enfants de 6 et 7 ans.
PRESS RELEASE – Two children have already died from the disease. UNICEF has identified 53 orphaned children who have lost their parents to Ebola.