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This is part 2 of my trip to Kinshasa.
In Kinshasa, more than 25,000 children live on the streets. Many build their own communities, led by those who have grown up there. They provide guidance for the young, many of whom end up on the street after having been accused of witchcraft.
The new school year has begun in the Democratic Republic of Congo - but many pupils and teachers are nowhere to be seen. The teachers at schools run by the state are on strike as they demand higher pay and better working conditions. The country's economic crisis also means increasing numbers of parents cannot afford private school fees. Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from the capital, Kinshasa. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
“How can 10 million people be living in this city with very poor infrastructure –practically no water, no electricity, have to pay for their school fees, very, very little access to cash – and yet, when you go out on a Saturday night, people are drinking beer, they’re beautifully dressed, they’re having a good time?” asks Theodore Trefon, a researcher at the Royal Museum for Central Africa who has been studying Kinshasa since 1994. “This is the miracle – that they have some type of will to keep on moving on. That they can still be happy in these dire conditions.”
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Excerpt from VOA's live audience taped "Votre Sante Votre Avenir" at Dr. Shaumba all-girl high school in Kinshasa. A VOSVOA team, travelled to Kinshasa, Knanaga, Lubumbashi and Goma for a series of journalists training on the best practices in reporting on HIV/AIDS and also live radio and television tapings of Votre Sante Votre Avenir. HERE IS AN EXCEPRT FROM THE KINSHASA SHOW.