'New Dawn’ in Land of Rape and Child Soldiers - DR Congo

Last year's appointment of a special representative to the president of the Democratic Republic of Congo on the issues of child soldiers and rape during conflict is bringing renewed attention to the central African nation, where millions have died over the past decade. Jeanine Mabunda Lioko is in Washington DC this week to say that progress is real but that more needs to be done - with international assistance.


Madam Jeanine Mabunda,Advisor on Sexual Violence and Child Recruitment to DRC President Joseph Kabila, addressing reporters outside of Bunia City Hall


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