This was made possible at the 30th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
On the ticket of UNICEF and the United Nations, the Singer took it upon herself to partake in a private sector advocacy campaign in regards to children in Pointe-Noire, a commercial city in Congo.
Chaka Chaka, who doubles as a UNICEF ambassador visited an area full of ‘weak’ children and had a conversation with the leaders.
The sensational Singer has called on authorities from private sectors to help invest in the children’s protection, empowerment and education of children.
“Well, we obviously need the private sector to work with us. We need collaboration. Remember, the private sector is there, and they can’t just hope to make money without taking their social responsibility into account. One of the people who spoke here tonight recognizes that when the private sector makes money, it must also take into account its social responsibility”, she said.
Chaka Chaka also plead that, the state focuses more on the children and their protection so as to secure them a better future.
Minister of Social Affairs and Humanitarian Action for Congo, Antoinette Dinga-Dzondo, has signalled that, there would necessary measures put in place to ensure the protection of children against abuse and exploitation.