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Goma, North Kivu, DR Congo: As part of the official launch of 16days activism against violence to women, MONUSCO staff says "STOP to impunity of violence against women”. Photo MONUSCO/Charlotte Songue
MONUSCO hosts a conference against impunity for sexual and gender based violence

Bunia: The United Nations Joint Human Rights Office in Ituri (BCNUDH) and PARJE “Uhaki safi” organized on 20 August, a conference on “the role of sound forensic evidence in the fight against impunity for sex and gender based violence”.

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MONUSCO turns over keys for the first community center in charge of child protection in Ituri

Bunia – 20 August 2015: M’Hand Ladjouzi, chief of MONUSCO Office in Ituri, inaugurated a community center for child protection and mentoring, especially those affected by armed conflicts and in situation of vulnerability. At least 1800 children, including 600 affected by armed conflicts and 1200 other vulnerable children will receive assistance from this new center.

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HIV/AIDS explained to the Hutu community living in the Walungu transit camp/South-Kivu

Bukavu, 19 August 2015 — MONUSCO/South-Kivu HIV/AIDs section proceeds with sensitization sessions on HIV/AIDs pandemic. On Wednesday 19 and Thursday 20 August, this section met the ex-combatants of the Democratic Forces of the Liberation of Rwanda at the Walungu transit center.

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Uvira: Commission on Populations’ Movements Meeting

Uvira, 20 August 2015
– On Tuesday 18 August, MONJUSCO, through its civil Affairs section, attended a monthly meeting of the Commission on the Populations’ Movements CMP in Uvira.
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Martin Kobler, Head of MONUSCO, strongly condemns the attack on the MONUSCO helicopter near Beni

Kinshasa, 04 May 2015 – “I strongly condemn the firing at one of our helicopters in Beni territory,” declared Martin Kobler, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. 


The attack took place in the morning of May 4th, in the area of Oicha, 20 km north of Beni. The helicopters were fired upon by a group of unidentified armed men leading to a safe landing.  


"This targeted attack against United Nations personnel is unacceptable and intolerable. We will not be deterred in our active protection of civilians. The attackers will be pursued with maximum efforts and minimum tolerance within the rules of engagement," Martin Kobler, the head of MONUSCO added.

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