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Mame Rokhaya Lo prend son travail au sérieux car, pour elle, la paix est la chose la plus précieuse qui puisse exister. Photos MONUSCO / SENFPU Bunia
Women peacekeepers challenge the traditionally male-dominated landscape in the peacekeeping environment and serve as role models for women and girls to advocate for their own rights and get out of the 0traditional paths.
MONUSCO Pays Tribute to the Blue Helmets Killed in Helicopter Crash
MONUSCO paid a last tribute to the eight peacekeepers from Pakistan, the Russian Federation and the Republic of Serbia who lost their lives in helicopter crash on March 29 in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
DRC: MONUSCO Supports the New Demobilization Program for Ex-combatants. Photo Monusco/Carine Tope
The Democratic Republic of Congo has adopted a national strategy for the implementation of the Demobilization, Disarmament, Community Recovery and Stabilization Program (P-DDRCS) for ex-combatants.
MONUSCO Advocates for Positive Masculinity among DRC Security Forces. Photo Monusco/Carine Tope
MONUSCO Gender Section organized on March 31 in Kinshasa, an awareness-raising workshop on the promotion of positive masculinities as a tool in the fight against sexual and gender-based violence.
BENI: MONUSCO's Malawian Contingent Trained in the Jungle Combat Techniques. Photo Monusco/ Tadziwana Kapeni
The Brazilian Jungle Warfare Mobile Training Team (JWMTT) wrapped up, on April 1, a training in the jungle warfare mobile techniques for the Malawian Contingent (MALBATT) troops deployed within MONUSCO Force Intervention Br
Bintou Keita Encourages Solidarity among Women for a Better Female Leadership in the DRC. Photo Monusco/ Carine Tope
KINSHASA: Bintou Keita Encourages Solidarity among Women for a Better Female Leadership in the DRC
Nord-Kivu :MONUSCO Encourages the Population of Kabasha to Collaborate with the Security forces. Photo Monusco/Blaise Makasi
Collaboration between the population and the Security Forces is key in the implementation of the Protection of Civilians’ mandate by MONUSCO Force and the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (FARDC).
Beni: Beni: MONUSCO Funds a Public Lighting System as Part of the Efforts to Fight Insecurity Photo Monusco/Michael Ali
MONUSCO inaugurated a public lighting system a few days ago in Mavivi, the territory of Beni. This solar energy-powered lighting system provides lighting for the road section between Mavivi referral health center and the main road.
KINSHASA: MONUSCO Budget at the Heart of the Visit by UN General Assembly Commission. Photo Monusco/Ascain Zigbia-Tayoro
A delegation from the Fifth Committee of the UN General Assembly paid a working visit to the Democratic Republic of Congo, from April 18 to 22, 2022, as part of the preparations for the annual budget of the United Nations Mission in the De
“No, United Nations is Not leaving Tanganyika Province”. Photo Monusco/ François- xavier Mybe
Marcelline Comlan, in charge of Public Information for MONUSCO Office in this province explained on Friday May 6 in a meeting held with roughly fifty young people in Kalemie, including around ten girls.
The new police headquarters in Beni is one of the many large-scale projects that MONUSCO has been carrying out in the city for several years now. Photo MONUSCO / Joel Bofengo
"MONUCO has been supporting us for several years now.
The intervention of the two forces helped repel Codeco attackers who had infiltrated the Lodha IDP site. Photo MONUSCO/Force
“The attackers got there at around 9 p.m., while MONUSCO arrived earlier followed by the FARDC. Both Forces responded immediately, which frightened the assailants and put them to flight.
During the training, the 15 police officers and guards learned how to intervene in the event of a mutiny in the prison. Photos MONUSCO / Joel Bofengo
In recent years, the central prison of Beni has experienced escapes as well as threats of attack by armed groups.
"We are very satisfied with the training in the installation of public lighting," says one of the beneficiaries. Photo Ong COMOA / Guillain Mulimbwa
"After taking up arms, it is now time to develop our communities," says an ex-combatant involved in the project to install public lighting in the locality of Karuba, in Masisi territory.