“We are going to protect our staff so that they can better protect the Central African Republic and its most vulnerable population,” declared the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General and UN Humanitarian Coordinator, Denise Brown, upon the arriv
to garner support for the Mission and prevent intracommunal or intercommunal disputes
Proper road transport is essential for communities living in remote swathes of the Central African Republic (CAR). It is also vital for the mobility of UN troops, primarily tasked with the protection of civilians and the facilitation of humanitarian assistance.
Around 12:15 p.m. on Tuesday, 30 March 2021, the President of the Constitutional Court of the Central African Republic (CAR), Danielle Darlan, invited Faustin Archange Touadera to take the oath of office in Sango, then in French.
Berbérati, Central African Republic (CAR) – Police officer Ousseynou Ka, of MINUSCA’s Senegalese Formed Police Unit (FPU) deployed to the CAR’s Mambéré-Kadéi prefecture, could not remain indifferent to the distress he witnessed on 8 March 2021.
Barely a week since holding a memorial ceremony for two of its peacekeepers, MINUSCA personnel gathered at the Mission’s headquarters in Bangui on 26 January 2021 to, once again, mourn the passing of two more blue helmets.
As Central Africans prepare to take part in the general elections on 27 December, the Secretary-General calls on all stakeholders to ensure that the polls are conducted in a peaceful, inclusive and credible manner.
Security is high on the electoral agenda as the general elections in the Central African Republic (CAR), set to begin on 27 December 2020, approach – reason for MINUSCA to conduct electoral security training for female personnel of the Central African Armed Force