MINUSCA, today 8 July 2020, held a virtual memorial ceremony in honour of nine peacekeepers who lost their lives in the line of duty over the past four months.
Bria, Central African Republic – Peacekeepers from the MINUSCA Rwanda Contingent have constructed hundreds of cooking stoves for communities in Bria – to help improve the quality of life and create livelihoods for the local population.
By Maria Kabatanya
To mark the International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression on 4 June, the MINUSCA Pakistan Contingent organized an art therapy session for children at the Polyvalent School in Kaga Bandoro, to help them deal with trauma.
As a response to the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic in the Central African Republic (CAR), and specifically in Birao (North of the CAR), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) through MINUSCA donated a number of items to the local women to curb the spread of th
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’’.