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06 Nov 2012 description

OCHA Operations Director John Ging called on Monday for a greater response to the “dire humanitarian situation” affecting millions of people in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). This year alone, violence by armed groups including the M23 has led to massive displacement and abuses against civilians in the east of the country.

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25 Sep 2012 description

This report covers the period 1 January 2012 to 30 June 2012.


10 Jul 2012 description

This report covers the period: 1 January 2011 to 31 December 2011.

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Programme outcome

29 May 2012 description

The diarrhoea and vomiting started before dawn. By 8 am, 12 year old Steward Okoulokami was weak and losing weight. His panicked father, Dimitri, packed Steward into a canoe and took him to the Congolese capital, Brazzaville.

“In the morning around 8am, when I looked at my son, he had lost a lot of weight and looked like a skeleton,” explains Dimitri. “So I thought, no - I must go to Brazzaville. When we got to Brazzaville, he was hospitalised and we spent 5 days there. On the 6th day we left and now he is alive and in good health.”

19 Apr 2012 description
report Caritas

Le présent rapport ne reprendra que les activités de la structure centrale de Caritas Congo, réalisées avec certains de ses 47 Bureaux Diocésains de Caritas-Développement en 2011. Il va sans dire que des milliers d’activités, réalisées par les Caritas-Développement Diocésaines elles-mêmes n’y seront pas répertoriées. Veuillez cliquer ici pour télécharger ce rapport, qui a été présenté mardi 13 mars 2012 aux partenaires de Caritas Congo et à la presse, en la salle Isidore Bakanja de Kinshasa.

22 Mar 2012 description

Sometimes it requires only a small, simple intervention to save lives. About one teaspoon of diluted chlorine solution renders 20 litres of water safe for human consumption and helps protect people from deadly waterborne diseases.

01 Mar 2012 description

The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) faces multiple crises including attacks by armed groups, massive displacement, food insecurity and disease outbreaks.

Approximately 1.8 million people remain displaced, mostly in eastern DRC, due to conflict. Last year, measles and cholera epidemics claimed more than 2,400 lives, mostly children’s.

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18 Jan 2012 description

Room 8 of Bukavu Hospital’s operating centre is full. All the beds are occupied. Some patients are on mattresses laid out on the floor. Amputated limbs, bullet wounds, open machete wounds, serious burns - all 26 occupants, including children, are victims of the latest attack of the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FLDR), one of the armed groups tearing Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) apart.

03 Aug 2011 description

Mercredi, 03 Août 2011 16:33


Le choléra est une maladie infectieuse diarrhéique à début brutal, caractérisée par l’émission des selles liquides profuses (diarrhée eau de riz) et parfois de vomissement, évoluant rapidement vers une déshydratation sévère et un collapsus cardio-vasculaire. C’est une maladie du péril fécal par excellence.