I met Busime, 16, in Bukavu where, alongside her brother, she sells carrots. She does this work so that she can pay her school fees. This is her story.
YOUNG REPORTER – We made an encounter with an exceptional woman: Ivonne. She is forty years old, and a mother of eight children. She is very determined to support the needs of her children.
CHILD REPORTER – Disguised begging continues to grow. Numerous children are looking for a giving hand in Kiwanja, an important city at about 70 kilometres North of Goma. Not acting as adults would do, children proceed in their own way…
NEWS – Since 2014, the city of Goma in North Kivu, hosts every year the Amani festival, internationally known for its promotion of the culture of peace. Elodie, 14, and Child Reporter, narrates her participation in the three days of the festival!
Child Reporters have been advocating for an end to a discrimination and to allow all children to benefit from the Healthy Villages and Neighborhoods program
Learning capoeira in Eastern DRC is a way for the most vulnerable children to feel united. Capoeira provides hope to these children.
It’s through education that futures are built. But, only 56.3% of children attend primary school in Nord-Kivu.
In Lubumbashi, 377 vulnerable children returned to school through the efforts of the Committee of Children rallying for education for all.
Two months after the school start in DRC, too many children are still not registered. Erick, 13, explained hisstory, his struggle and his hopes.
Too many vulnerable children in Ituri do not go to school. The Young Reporters immerse themselves into the movement for the schooling of these children.