YOUNG REPORTER – Find more about Jean Paul Luketo’s big appeal concerning dignified learning conditions for children in his Province.
In DRC, handwashing is not a habit for most of the Congolese population. Handwashing is a cheaper habit that can save lives.
Two months after the school start in DRC, too many children are still not registered. Erick, 13, explained hisstory, his struggle and his hopes.
Music is one of those things that everyone enjoys. This is why it is often used as a means to convey important messages to audiences. The Francofolies festival this year seized the opportunity to promote children’s enrolment in schools. Find out how!
What a fantastic initiative! Deo, Young Reporter in DRC’s Bandundu Province, delivered presentations in front of secondary school students so as to teach them about the rights of the child as they appear in the famous Convention. Found out how he and other Young Reporters went about organising it all!
How to encourage parents to enrol their children in schools? In North Kivu Province, a concert and a convoy of vehicles took place in light of the beginning of the new school year, a very precious time of year for DR Congo.
Deo is a Young Reporter and enthusiastically defends the health and rights of children and mothers. This is why he’s telling us all about the official launch of World Breastfeeding Week in his province, Bandundu. One thing’s for sure, Deo certainly knows how to advocate the benefits of breastfeeding!
So many girls miss out on a chance at a brighter future. Why so? Because of child marriage. Jean Paul, a Young Reporter at only 11 years old, met Yvonne who, unlike many of her friends, is lucky she is still studying.