Where we work
UNICEF has been working for 60 years in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
UNICEF has been working since 1963 in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to ensure that children's rights to survival, education, protection and participation are respected.
UNICEF's current cooperation program in the DRC is one of the largest in the world. In addition to the Kinshasa office, UNICEF has 10 representations throughout the country.
The country programme for 2020-2024 sets the framework for UNICEF's intervention in the DRC. The goal of this programme is to realize the rights of every child, especially the most disadvantaged.
Six key results
UNICEF has identified 6 areas for which we will focus our efforts and investments to accelerate results for children.
Every child survives and thrives
High health impact quality interventions, including HIV Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission, nutrition, and WASH.
These results will be achieved through convergence – rather than a focus on traditional sector strategies – so there are multiple opportunities to reach children.