“I never could have imagined I would ever play with Bantu children”. How Jeannette and her Pygmy and Bantu friends resolved their conflict at school.
PRESS RELEASE – More than 1 million people have been forced from their homes by waves of violent conflict in the Greater Kasai region – making the region one of the largest displacement crises in the world for children.
PRESS RELEASE – In order to realise the humanitarian response in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 2017, UNICEF is launching a call for funds to the amount of 119,125 million US dollars within the framework of its publication, Humanitarian Action for Children 2017.
Find the latest updates about the humanitarian situation in the DRC and the latest key figures and actions taken by UNICEF and its partners.
For the Day of the African Child, youths of the Democratic Republic of the Congo have sent us a message of peace and hope, listen to them!
Latest news on the political, humanitarian and security situation and latest key figures and actions taken by UNICEF and its partners in response to emergencies.
UNICEF’s partner Mercy Corps assist returnees via cash transfer as part of the Alternative Response to Communities in Crisis. How do they use it?
Issue N°16 of our series of “Best Practices Guidelines” introduce you to mobile clinics, a new initiative which brings medical care to populations in need, particularly those in Eastern DRC where refugee influxes are often heavy.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1612 on Child Rights during Armed Conflicts, a committee of children from all over DRC gathered in Kinshasa to advocate their rights and take part in an inclusive workshop. Eunice a Young Reporter gives us a detailed account of this story!
Returning to one’s village after having fled from it because of violence confronts returnees with many difficulties. In Mwenga Territory in DRC’s South Kivu Province, 3,000 families received soap, money to build latrines and jerry cans to wash their hands at home.