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| Kristen Chick

Global Development: Africa is increasingly open to women in politics. In Congo, they have a fight on their hands

Congolese Member of Parliament Eve Bazaiba, center, arrives at an opening event for the “Week of Maternal Health” campaign at a maternity hospital in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo on Aug. 23.(Holly Pickett / For…

| Holly Pickett

Fighting Authoritarianism, One Mass at a Time

In Kinshasa’s Saint Joseph parish on an August afternoon, a crowd gathered to give thanks: The man they had risked their lives to oust was stepping down from the presidency. Just a week earlier, President…

| Kristen Chick

These young people are fighting for the Democratic Republic of Congo to live up to its name

Alain Mulumba Kabeya, 28, interim coordinator for the Kinshasa cell of Filimbi, a pro-democracy group, leads a secret meeting of the group in Kinshasa, Congo, on Aug. 14, 2018. Filimbi members had just spent the…

| Ariel Zirulnick

In eastern Congo, a gorilla reserve tries to rise above its troubled region

Virunga, Africa’s oldest national park, is not immune to security threats. But changing practices have yielded progress. Jerome Delay/AP/File In this picture taken Aug. 2, 2012, Virunga National Park rangers follow Dodi the two-year-old blood…

| Zahra Moloo

UN peacekeepers in the DRC no longer trusted to protect

Young South Sudanese have been meeting every month to clean the capital Juba. The environmental movement is a creative protest against civil conflict and unites people from warring tribes. Local people have lost faith in…

| Nina Strochlic

The Foster Angels Caring For Congo’s Child Soldiers

Meet the amazing foster families taking in Congo’s former child soldiers to help them heal. Nina Strochlic/The Daily Beast Cylvie and Neema sit side by side in a living room stuffed with furniture in Goma,…

| Kira Zalan

Tracing conflict gold in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Artisanal gold miners in the Democratic Republic of the Congo use their hands and crude tools to find and extract gold. They get paid only when they find the mineral. These miners are working at…

| Ruth Mclean

‘We Have to Break the Culture’: Meet the Women Fighting Congo’s Rape Epidemic

When Justine Masika Bihamba took to the airwaves of eastern Congo to denounce the notorious warlord known as “the Terminator,” she knew she was risking her life. She publicly called in March 2012 for the…

| Kate Lamb

In Congo, hip-hop gives youth a political voice

The Street Dance crew rehearses at Yole!Africa, a youth cultural center in Goma, a city in the violence ravaged eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo. (Photo: Natalie Keyssar) GOMA, Democratic Republic of Congo…