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In Dungu, Oriental Province, an awareness and information session was held for MONUSCO’s Community Liaison Assistants (CLAs) based in Upper and Lower Uele districts. The aim was to enable the CLAs to get more acquainted with the Mission’s mandate as set out in UN Security Council Resolution 2147, and so strengthen their operational capacities. Within the framework of the protection of civilians, the CLAs serve as a link between MONUSCO bases and local communities, in particular in isolated and difficult-to-access areas. Photo/ MONUSCO Piergiorgio Paglialonga
MONUSCO Senior Military Command meet over civilian protection and security issues

Members of the United Nations Stabilization Mission’s senior military command met in Goma on 9 and 10 May 2014 under the chairmanship of the Force Commander Carlos Alberto dos Santos Cruz to discuss civilians’ protection and security which are both central to MONUSCO’s mandate.

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MONUSCO supports efforts for Congolese National Police (PNC) presence in Areas where LRA is active

PNC stations in Nguilima district, located 45 km away from the west of the city of Dungu, in the territory of Haut-Uele, Eastern Province reopened on 23 May 2014; PNC activities there were disrupted in 2008 following a number of raids by Ugandan rebels of the Lord Resistant Army (LRA)
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MONUSCO Trains FARDC Troops in Bunia on How to Use IT Tools

Bangladeshi Peacekeepers of the UN Stabilization Mission in DR Congo (MONUSCO), launched Wednesday 21 May 2014 in Bunia, the administrative capital of the district of Ituri, a training session around the basics for the practical use of IT tools intended for the military personnel of the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (FARDC)
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Civil Society Organization in Mbandaka, DRC organizes protest march for MONUSCO’s significant presen

Mbandaka, 21 May 2014 - In a memorandum submitted Wednesday 21 May 2014 to the office of the United Nations Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUSCO)/Mbandaka, the administrative capital of Equateur province, local civil society organizations want the UN Mission to remain in Equateur. 

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Martin Kobler, Représentant Spécial du Secrétaire général des Nations Unies et Chef de la MONUSCO

Zainab Hawa Bangura, Représentante Spéciale du Secrétaire général des Nations Unies chargée de la question des violences sexuelles commises en période de conflit 

Ces haut responsables onusiens exigent un arrêt immédiat des expulsions des ressortissants de la RDC et demandent aux autorités de la République du Congo (Brazzaville) d’enquêter sur les allégations de violations des droits de l’homme


Kinshasa, Nairobi et New-York, 26 Mai 2014 – Depuis le 4 avril 2014, plus de 130 000 ressortissants de la République démocratique du Congo (RDC) ont été expulsés de la République du Congo (Brazzaville). Les expulsions ont créé une crise humanitaire aiguë et il y a des allégations de violations des droits de l’homme. Les Nations Unies ont reçu des informations faisant état d’abus physiques, de mauvais traitement, et de violences sexuelles infligés aux citoyens de la RDC lors de leur expulsion.

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