Everyday hero: Defending human rights in Democratic Republic of Congo

Roselyne harbors SGVB survivors while they wait for the trial or because their family rejects them.
Norbert works pro-bono to assist SGVB victims.
A Ministry of Justice lorry drops off soldiers on security duty for the day. © Aude Rossignol/ UNDP Democratic Republic of Congo




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