Children in conflict: “There is hope”

Children in conflict: “There is hope”

Child Reporters Violence 23 September 2015 No Comments on Children in conflict: “There is hope”

Laetitia is a particularly engaged Young Reporter in Goma, the capital of North Kivu province in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. After having participated in a national children’s workshop on the topic of violence against children during armed conflict, she shares her ideas on the situation. Read all our other articles on the same subject!

A well-informed population is less exposed to the risks of volcanic eruptions

A well-informed population is less exposed to the risks of volcanic eruptions

Protection Young Reporters and Supervisors 4 August 2015 No Comments on A well-informed population is less exposed to the risks of volcanic eruptions

Volcano Nyiragongo destroyed 13% of Goma city in 2002. Luckily, pupils and teachers are now being educated about how to reduce the dangers that volcano erruptions expose them to. Find out how UNICEF and the DRC Government are working together to increase awareness!

In Rutshuru, the “Children’s Day Centre” welcomes the Japanese Ambassador

In Rutshuru, the “Children’s Day Centre” welcomes the Japanese Ambassador

Child Reporters Protection 16 July 2015 No Comments on In Rutshuru, the “Children’s Day Centre” welcomes the Japanese Ambassador

Young Reporters in DRC carry out excellent documentation work on events about children’s rights. Nadia, a Young Reporter, covered the Ambassador of Japan’s visit to Goma, who’s aim it was to see the results of Japanese Government-funded projects to help former child soldiers. Read her article!