No one cares what you think.
If you’re a street child in Kinshasa, the best you can hope for is that people ignore you. It’s preferable to the regular violence and abuse. That’s exactly why street children need to get their voices heard by the people whose responsibility it is to protect them.
A microphone can amplify those voices. And through the power of hip hop and they can be heard across a whole country.
We’ve been working with Congolese hip hop artist Didjak Munya to help children and young people have their say.