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Bukiringi, South Irumu, Ituri province, DR Congo: MONUSCO inaugurates a quick-impact project worth 24,787 US dollars in the locality of Bukiringi. Carried out by the military engineering company of the Bangladeshi contingent, the project included constructing and equipping three classrooms at Nyangazama General Education Institute. Photo MONUSCO/Laurent Sam OUSSOU
Young people in North-Kivu called upon to contribute to efforts for the restoration peace


Goma, 29 August 2015 – Youth International Day, on 12 August, organized a number of meetings in Goma and Kichanga, territory of Masisi, to get the young people from member associations of the youth provincial Board (CPJ), with MONUSCO’s support, to commit themselves to the restoration of peace in the province.

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MONUSCO’s mandate explained to women in Kisangani

MONUSCO-Kisangani Public Information section in collaboration with other organic sessions (Gender, Human Rights, United Nations Police and Political Affairs) of the UN Mission and in partnership with the NGO Social Defense for the Progress and Development of the Rural Area (DSPDR), organized on Wednesday 2 September 2015, a sensitization session on MONUSCO’s mandate for the Civil Society women in the town of Kisangani.
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Statement of the Team of Intl Envoys & Reps for the Great Lakes region on Elections in the DRC

2 September 2015 -
The Team of International Envoys for the Great Lakes of Africa, following its meeting in Geneva on 28 August, emphasizes its support to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) in its path towards historic upcoming elections, which are critical for the country's continued development and security. These elections, with the support of the international community, should be transparent, credible and inclusive.
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Enhanced coordination to stabilize projects in Mambasa territory

Bunia – 27 August 2015
: A team of the project MONUSCO Island of Stability, of the UN pilot project Immediate Response Facility (IRF) and of government Program for the Reconstruction and Stabilization of the Zones emerging from Armed Conflicts (STAREC) met to determine the mechanisms for enhanced coordinating facility which will have a bigger impact for the population of the territory of Mambasa.
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11 July 2015: World Population Day

Martin Kobler, Head of MONUSCO, and Diene Keita, UNFPA Representative in the DRC, reaffirm the need to protect women and adolescents in emergency situations

Kinshasa - 11 July 2015  "MONUSCO remains strongly committed to provide its support to the Government of the Democratic Republic of Congo to ensure the protection of vulnerable populations, particularly women and young girls in the context of security and humanitarian crisis in the eastern DRC, where tens of thousands of persons are still internally displaced.", stated Martin Kobler, Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for the DRC, on the occasion of the celebration of the World Population Day (WPD) which, this year, focuses on vulnerable populations in emergencies.

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