The use of face masks in public had been left to personal discretion since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.
Nature is sending us a clear message.
We are harming the natural world – to our own detriment.
Habitat degradation and biodiversity loss areaccelerating.
Climate disruption is getting worse.
Fires, floods, droughts and superstorms are more frequent and damaging.
United Nations Peacekeepers in Birao commemorated the International Day of Peacekeepers on 29 May with a march past by MINUSCA Zambian contingent and Central African Republic army (FACA) troops, under the theme ‘’Women in peacekeeping – A key to peace’’.
“It’s very gratifying for me and the Mission to see that our initiatives are bearing fruit,” said Commander Carla Monteiro de Castro Araujo, a Brazilian Naval Officer working with MINUSCA in the Central African Republic (CAR) upon being informed of her selection
A Brazilian peacekeeper serving in the Central African Republic and an Indian peacekeeper who has recently completed her assignment in South Sudan have been selected to receive the 2019 United Nations Military Gender Advocate o
On 12 May 2020, the Zambian battalion Female Engagement Team (FET) conducted a sensitization workshop on Coronavirus Disease at MINUSCA base in Birao, targeting 19 selected influential local women, because of the need to observe preventive measures on social distance and avoidance of overcrowding
Following the clashes which befell Birao (Vakaga prefecture) over recent months, the Government of the Central African Republic has reinforced the presence of its Armed Forces (FACA) in the area with 142 soldiers, in an effort to restore peace and stability in the regi
The eleventh case of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) in the Central African Republic – confirmed on 8 April 2020 by the country’s Ministry of Health – is shining a light on MINUSCA efforts to help halt the spread of the global pandemic while continuing to fulfil