"Contrary to what some people think, we do a lot, every day, and even outside the Beni region, for peace to return to eastern DRC".
On a Monday in 1993, when civil war broke out in his country, Patrick (*) was just four years old. His father was forced to take his family to safety and leave the town of Giciye in Rwanda for the province of North Kivu in the east of the DRC.
As part of the fight against cyber-harassment against politically active women, MONUSCO Gender section in collaboration with the feminist movement “Bisobasi Telema” (Women, Let Us Rise) organized from August 14 to 15 in Kinshasa a training on digital security as a means of control and preve
In a statement released on July 13, 24 United Nations entities that make up the United Nations Network against Sexual Violence in Conflict, led by the United Nations Special Representative Pramila Patten, joined the latter’s call in urging immediate action to protect women and girls and prevent t
MONUSCO and the government validated Thursday, June 15 in Goma, the Terms of Reference of the integrated provincial transition team. This team is now operational in North Kivu.
Patrick Muyaya : ‘’ We are working on increasing the force's strength, notably with the programming law, because we want to recover the regal missions that are ours.’’