Democratic Republic of the Congo - search results
If you're not happy with the results, please do another search
Political, security and cultural complications – not least a refusal to believe that Ebola exists – have thwarted efforts to overcome...
Our computers and phones keep us connected but a key ingredient in them keeps children as young as six locked in a vicious cycle for about R26 a day.
After the outbreak of the virus in Angola, medical teams are frantically working in the Democratic Republic of Congo to halt its spread.
Our two-year study shows the lake has been stable since the 1990s. Costly ‘solutions’ shift focus from the complex causes of the...
Corporate watchdog urges clean-up of supply chains as analysis finds weak regulation and enforcement has led to lack of scrutiny.
Trust isn't only important when it comes to relationships. It's the difference between life or death when it comes to vaccines.
A deadly conflict simmers between the autochthon people forced out of Kahuzi-Biéga national park, and the rangers protecting the land.
Deadly outbreak is ‘global wake-up call’, WHO head Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says. The head...
Women in the war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo are allegedly being asked for sexual favours in exchange for Ebola treatment.
The World Health Organization launches an inquiry after claims of ‘legendary’ corruption, including racism and sexism.
Patients too poor to settle medical debts are chained to drain pipes, starved and abused in health centres across parts of Africa.
A disease that claims the lives of two children under five a minute worldwide has hit drought-stricken Kenya hard, its spread driven by malnutrition.
The products themselves could be dangerous and are likely to encourage high-risk sexual behaviour.
Thanks to a pioneering project survivors and perpetrators of the Rwandan genocide now live side by side in 'reconciliation villages'.
The quest for better working conditions leaves striking doctors with a tough decision but they might not have to choose.
In SA, HIV infection is no longer a death sentence but in countries like the Democratic Republic Congo, it's as if treatment never happened.