Democratic Republic of the Congo

COVID-19: Calls to abuse hotline in Congo spike during lockdown

Has movement restrictions, loss of income and overcrowding, caused by COVID-19, meant more people are experiencing abuse in Congo. Image: REUTERS/Kenny Katombe

Benoit Nyemba


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The nation of Congo has only 2,082 social workers for a population of 84 million people. Image: REUTERS/Kenny Katombe

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