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Q&A: Head of DRC Civilian Police Unit Seeks to Bring Violent Sex Offenders to Justice

Region: Democratic Republic of Congo

Topics: Human Rights

Sexual violence against women and children is a major problem in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The commander of a local civilian police unit, which works to curb violence and bring offenders to justice, sat down with GPJ for a Q&A to talk about his efforts.

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Coworkers Wishing a Happy Marriage To DRC Couple

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Awareness Campaigns Encourage DRC Citizens to Register for Birth Certificates

Region: Democratic Republic of Congo

Topics: Human Rights

The Congo Wars, which devastated Democratic Republic of the Congo in the late 1990s, continue to affect citizens’ access to civil services and their ability to register for birth certificates. Now, humanitarian organizations are encouraging citizens to register by raising awareness about just how much that document can do.

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After Years of Conflict, Displaced Female DRC Residents Seek Trade Skills to Avoid Sex Work

Region: Democratic Republic of Congo

Topics: Human Rights

Insecurity continues to take its toll in the DRC. After 20 years of successive conflicts, an estimated 1.5 million people in the DRC have been displaced from their homes. One advocate urges humanitarian organizations to teach displaced girls the basic trades so they can earn money and avoid resorting to survival sex.

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Motorcycles Made in China Are a Cheap, Fast Solution to Travel Through Rural DRC

Region: Democratic Republic of Congo

Topics: Business

In a mountainous area where good roads are rare, cheap motorcycles from China are helping people get around — and make a living.

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With Murders and Kidnappings on the Rise, A Community in DRC Comes Together To Help Each Other Cope With Loss

Region: Democratic Republic of Congo

Topics: Human Rights

Each month, there are about four murders in Kirumba, a rural community of about 35,000. In response to the chaos that has become a way of life here, a community group called Silwamughuma was formed a year ago, so far helping more than 40 families as they mourn their loved ones.

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In DRC, Groups Work to Reunite Thousands Of Children, Families Divided by Conflict

Region: Democratic Republic of Congo

Topics: Human Rights

Conflict that’s been consistent in this region since the 1990s has caused parents and children to lose one another in the chaos. Radio announcements are one local method of reuniting separated family members, and large aid agencies are also working to identify lost children and reunite them with their families.

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On the Hunt for Grasshoppers in DRC

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Congolese Boy Fetches Water

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DRC Youth Are Flooding Politics. But Are They Only Doing It for the Money?

Region: Democratic Republic of Congo

Topics: JobsPolitics

In Kisangani, a major city in Democratic Republic of Congo, young people are graduating from good universities, only to find themselves in a pool of unemployment. Turning to a life in politics might be the only lucrative option they have left.

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