Young Congolese students of the textile and fashion industry shone with both their ingenuity and sense of entrepreneurship during the innovation competition organized by UNDP and ISAM.
Rape is used as a weapon of war in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) where armed groups threaten peace and stability in areas where governance and security are weak and corruption and impunity are high.
After 3 decades battling the AIDS pandemic, experience has confirmed the importance of promoting and protecting human rights in general, and the right to health in particular
In Ituri, the establishment of modern mini oil mills in Mambasa and Komanda has revolutionized the production of palm oil
Young Congolese students of the textile and fashion industry shone with both their ingenuity and sense of entrepreneurship during the innovation competition organized by UNDP and ISAM
On Tuesday, 28 November, the Steering Committee of the justice component was held in the presence of the Minister of Justice and the Personal Representative of the Head of State in charge of Sexual Violence and Child Recruitment
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78,74 million

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410 USD

Per capita annual income

59,02

Life expectancy

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