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Saturday, May 18, 2013

The journalist Guylain Chanjabo of Radio Canal Revelation of Bunia was found dead this Friday, May 17

The journalist Guylain Chanjabo of Radio Canal Revelation of Bunia was found dead this Friday, May 17 in Ngezi river 5 km from the city center. The people who discovered the body alerted the chief of the neighborhood and the police. A crowd of onlookers in tears was where the body was discovered. The journalist had been missing for twelve days.
Informed, relatives and family of Guylain Chanjabo rushed to the place and identified the journalist.
"I am abashed of wickedness. We just discovered the decaying body of journalist Guylain Chanjabo we just end up in the river Ngezi. The body is decaying. It is frayed. Swollen face. I brought the doctors. They are adamant that our reporter was strangled, "says Eka Rustic Avo, the assistant commissioner of Ituri.
The journalist was buried in a pit near the river. The state of decomposition of the body could not afford to take it further, said members of the Red Cross who were buried.

In a statement released a few hours after the discovery of the body, the NGO advocacy journalism Freedom for journalist (FFJ) requires the opening of an investigation "to determine responsibility and punish or intellectual and material authors of murder. "
The body was discovered Guylain Chanjabo after the protest of his colleagues in the town of Bunia.
The journalists had traveled ten miles on foot carrying banners and shouting "Go Guylain", "Where is Guylain? ". They had declared a day without press calling for the release of their colleague.

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Activities

AFEM / SK performs or has performed the following projects with various partners:

- "Reports of sexual violence in the territories of Walungu, Kabare and Uvira" with the support of ISIS WICCE

- Mobilization of rural women and strengthening their capacity for qualitative and quantitative participation in the elections of 2011 and the balance of gender relations in different sectors of community life. With the support of Diakonia

- "Institutional support and media coverage of the activities of V-DAY"

- "Training and professionalism of women journalists" with the support of NED "National Endowment for Democracy" from March 2010 to February 2011.

- "Mobilization of rural women and strengthening their capacity for qualitative and quantitative participation in the elections of 2011 and the balance of gender relations in different sectors of the community. "With the support of Diakonia

- "Reports on gender, good governance and sexual violence in the territories of Kalehe, Uvira and Walungu" with financial support from NCA (Norwegian Church Aid) from May to October 2008.

- "Participation of Women and professionalism of women journalists" with financial support from DIAKONIA. From July 2009 to June 2011

- "Awareness campaign on the fight against sexual violence in the media" with the support of CORDAID.

- "Education for rural women's rights and good governance" with the support of the Swedish organization Diakonia. March 2008 to March 2009 (possible extension until 2010)

- "Reports on gender, good governance and sexual violence in the territories of Kalehe, Uvira and Walungu" with financial support from NCA (Norwegian Church Aid) from May to October 2008.

- "Reports of sexual violence in the territories of Walungu, Kabare and Uvira" with the support of ISIS WICCE, 2008

- Campaign "Challenging the silence: the media against sexual violence" from March 2006 to date with the support of LOLA MORA (radio shows, workshops, advocacy before the International Criminal Court in The Hague)

- "Producing radio within 16 days of activism to fight against sexual violence" with the support of the organization TROCAIRE in December 2007.

- "Awareness of rural women on issues of local elections in the DRC", with the support of the PPI in July 2007

- "Exchange of experience of women in the media in Rwanda and DR Congo" with the support of LOLA MORA organization, 2007.

- "Awareness of rural women in the democratization process in RD.Congo" with the support of the PPI in July 2006 to June 2007
- Institutional support by the Institut Panos Paris from 2006 to 2007

In addition, AFEM / SK offers its services since 2008 for media companies and NGOs (eg in October 2008, covering 80 years of FOMULAC Katana)