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  1. Climate change, felt throughout the world, also affects the DRC and
    disrupts ecosystems.


    Access to drinking water is also a major problem despite the fact that
    the country has the largest hydrography in Africa. This situation has
    been observed in rural areas but also increasingly in large cities.

    According to experts, only 26% of the Congolese population currently
    have access to safe water.

    The lack of drinking water is at the root of waterborne and diarrheal diseases.


    In the DRC, there is also a serious problem in the hygiene sector: 80%
    of households use inadequate sanitation facilities.

    This proves the precariousness of the living conditions of the population.


    Faced with this situation, Unicef ​​has launched for nearly two years
    a vast program called “Schools and villages sanitized in peri-urban
    areas.” To date, 1323 villages have been remediated.

    Environmental remediation remains a concern. Across the country, there
    is a serious problem of evacuation of refuse. The city of Kinshasa,
    for example, alone produces 5,000 tons of waste per day, without their
    evacuation and recycling being insured. This contributes to the
    pollution of the environment.

    For some experts, current forecasts indicate that even in the best of
    scenarios, the DRC would not be able to meet the Millennium
    Development Goals by 2015.
    Your presence in the rdc can save the lives of peopl

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