06 October 2021

UNICEF Ambassadors in DRC

Our Ambassadors have varied backgrounds and expertise, but they all have one thing in common: a proven commitment to improve the lives of children. And in each case a celebrity's association with UNICEF comes about because he or she has already demonstrated that commitment. Ambassadors play a critical role in shining a light on the challenges…, Celine Banza, Célien Banza entourée de jeunes filles à Goma Céline Banza started singing when her father gave her first guitar to her. Afterwards, Céline nurtured her dreams and launched a professional career in music in 2019. Backed by her single, “Tere Mbi”, as well as a diploma in ethnomusicology, the Congolese singer, composer and songwriter was bestowed…, Fally Ipupa, Fally Ipupa avec un enfant Raised in the rousing rhythms of Ndombolo and the Congolese rumba, Fally Ipupa launched his solo career in 2006, his first album earning him the Best Male Artist award at the Césaire Awards. An artist with many sides, Fally Ipupa has wide influence on the international scene as an artist and as an engaged African citizen…, Lokua Kanza, Lokua Kanza assis dans les locaux de l'UNICEF en RDC Born into a family of 8 children, Lokua Kanza had the responsibility to support his family’s needs very early on. After the death of his father, he took on several small jobs while also continuing to go to school. After being a guitarist, Lokua Kanza became the rising star of African music. His…, Didi-Stone, Didi-Stone French-Congolese model Didi-Stone is a fashion design student. She has become one of the best-known fashion references and has over a million followers on Instagram. Over the years, Didi-Stone has supported non-profit organisations in the DRC, with a particular focus on providing a safe space for orphaned children. Didi-Stone attended…