BLOG – My phone rings. It’s 10:30 pm. When I see it’s UNICEF Representative ai in the DRC, I know there’s a disaster. Indeed: there’s Ebola in Likati.
HEALTH – Monique had to attend the burial of her husband, following the cholera epidemic. After the funeral, Monique went home to Mbuji-Mayi without any precaution.
TESTIMONY – Every 19th November, the world celebrates world toilet day. Why talk about toilets? In certain cities, there is still a serious problem of hygienic public toilets. And this could ruin our life in case of an urgent need!
In DRC, handwashing is not a habit for most of the Congolese population. Handwashing is a cheaper habit that can save lives.
Presse release – World Water Week – Collecting water is often a colossal waste of time for women and girls, notably in the DRC.
Is it possible to prevent cholera through bilateral communication between the community and NGOs? UNICEF and its partner are showing that, it is possible!
This is our – the Child Reporters of Kinshasa – petition for all students in Kinshasa and the DRC to be able to attend a certified Healthy Schools.
Visit to Marie-Madeleine Primary School in Kinshasa, where the daily lives of pupils and teachers changed when it became a certified Healthy School.
Mulundu site is a perfect example that shows the vital role water plays un people’s lives. The importance of having a good quality water supply system cannot be overstated. Hooray for drinking water!