Bora and her fellow Young Reporter friends travelled to the Kipushi quarries; about 30 k, away from Lubumbashi in the South of DRC. There, they met two workers, Jeanne and David, both CHILDREN. Read their story.
Meet Laetitia, one of UNICEF’s young reporters! She covered events such as concerts and seminars that were organised to raise awareness of child marriage among Goma’s population. She tells us about how successfully the celebrations went.
Carmel, deeply committed to the fight against child marriage, explains to us how he, along with his fellow young reporter friends, fights actively against this practise that puts many young girls in danger.
Vijana Up! is a Hip Hop dance project that strives to offer the youth of the streets of Goma a brighter future. Find out how!
New and unusual! Take a look at the first article sent to us by a young reporter…. through text message! Glodi wants to condemn and fights against sexual exploitation of children.
For his first article as a young reporter, Hans-Raphaël focuses on two especially important themes: forced child labor and discrimination against albino children.
On the occasion of the international day of the fight against the use of child soldiers, my child reporter friend Jospin and I, are at the Transit and Counseling Center …
From 13th to 15th February, the city of Goma came alive to the rhythm of the Amani Festival organised to promote peace and a new image for the Great Lakes. Justin Kasereka was with the young reporters and the thousands of young festival-goers and here brings alive for us the energy, the engagement and the colours.
With the young reporters and thousands of children in Goma, we just celebrated the second annual Amani Festival (“peace” in Swahili, the language spoken throughout Eastern DRC). The Amani Festival …
I want to tell you about the Family Code from the perspective of children because it is very important for a country’s development. It is the ideal tool for family …