Red Cross of the Democratic Republic of the Congo was admitted to the IFRC in 1963. In 2015, it counted 11,114 active volunteers (up from 9,896 in 2009).

Latest news from Red Cross of the Democratic Republic of the Congo

By Elhadj As Sy, IFRC Secretary General Responders to the current Ebola epidemic in North Kivu are dealing with an unprecedented scenario. This is the first time that Ebola has found its way into an area where there is complex and violent conflict. It …

29 November 2018

The Red Cross and Red Crescent are working hard to contain Democratic Republic of Congo’s 10th Ebola outbreak, with a special focus on breaking the deadly virus’ chain of transmission. Six teams of DRC Red Cross volunteers with experience in Safe and D …

23 August 2018

July 2018,  Red Cross volunteers talk with the community in the Democratic Republic of Congo   At the scene of a tragedy in the Democratic Republic of Congo, a team of Red Cross volunteers faced a very sensitive dilemma. A resident of a remote vil …

10 August 2018

Fears are growing that Democratic Republic of the Congo is experiencing its 10th outbreak of Ebola only days after the country’s health ministry announced the end of an outbreak in Equateur province. The Ministry of Health has reported that four sample …

2 August 2018

By Mirabelle Enaka Kima, IFRC Democratic Republic of the Congo’s traditional leaders, the main influencers and keepers of ancestral customs, are the key to community safety and surveillance against the ongoing outbreak of Ebola. In this context, height …

16 July 2018

By Mirabelle Enaka Kima, IFRC On a sunny morning in Democratic Republic of the Congo’s Loondo village in June 2018, a team of eight Red Cross volunteers arrived to perform a safe and dignified burial (SDB), following an alert received the previous day. …

4 July 2018
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  • Président: M. Grégoire MATESO MBUTA WAY
  • Secrétaire générale: Mme Mamie MITANTA MUBUNJI
  • Directeur chargé des finances et de la logistique: M. Edmond LOSENDELE YENGA
  • Directrice de la communication et des relations publiques: Mme Nelly TANGUA TANGAYANI
  • Directeur de la gestion des catastrophes: M. Moise KABONGO
  • Directeur du dévelopement organisationnel: M. Ruben DJUNGA
  • Directeur santé: M. Jean-Faustin BALELIA
  • Assistant de la Secrétaire générale: M. Joseph NKELENDE
  • Coordinateur des programmes: Dr Jacques KATSHITSHI
  • Cheffe de la division administration: Mme Nancy LUTONADIO
  • Chef de la division technologie de l’information: M. Louison KASONGO
  • Chef de la division en charge de la formation en gestion des catastrophes: M. Didier MOKAMBA
  • Cheffe de la division PMER: Mme Ange LILEMBU LOSAMBO