Travels around Congo Lava engulfed the eastern city of Goma - a rebel stronghold - after a volcanic eruption in 2002. The city is still recovering, and life there remains difficult. swissinfo.ch The Radio Okapi building in Bukavu. Like all Okapi centres, it is situated in the United Nations compound in the area. swissinfo.ch Radio Okapi journalists at the eastern border town of Bukavu come together for a meeting to discuss the day's events. swissinfo.ch A journalist at Radio Okapi edits a story for broadcast. Radio Okapi was set up by the Lausanne-based Hirondelle Foundation in 2002. swissinfo.ch By contrast, the state Radio-Television Nationale Congolaise (RTNC) still uses very old equipment. swissinfo.ch One of the main problems facing Radio Okapi is logistics. Many of the roads are unpaved in the Democratic Republic of Congo, making access difficult. swissinfo.ch Radio Okapi journalists go out on reportage. The radio has become the voice of neutrality in Congo. swissinfo.ch Since 2003 a fragile peace agreement and a power-sharing government has been in place in Congo, leading many to hope for a brighter future. swissinfo.ch You can find an overview of ongoing debates with our journalists here. Please join us! If you want to start a conversation about a topic raised in this article or want to report factual errors, email us at email@example.com. Sort by Newest first Oldest first Load more More More Follow us on Telegram You can now also read us on Telegram. Follow this link to subscribe to our channel!