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Cash for Work Activities in Bangui

IOM Cash for Work activities, which is partly funded by the EU Community Stabilization program, focused on Bangui's 3rd and 5th districts. The 3rd Arrondissement is a mixed community, where Christians and Muslims are working together.Participants in the 3rd District dug a new canal behind the Central Mosque to alleviate flooding. IOM 2014 (Photos by Mexin Ouadai-Bando)




Cash for Work Activities in Bangui

IOM Cash for Work activities, which is partly funded by the EU Community Stabilization program, focused on Bangui's 3rd and 5th districts. The 3rd Arrondissement is a mixed community, where Christians and Muslims are working together.Participants in the 3rd District dug a new canal behind the Central Mosque to alleviate flooding. IOM 2014 (Photos by Mexin Ouadai-Bando)




Cash for Work Activities in Bangui

IOM Cash for Work activities, which is partly funded by the EU Community Stabilization program, focused on Bangui's 3rd and 5th districts. The 3rd Arrondissement is a mixed community, where Christians and Muslims are working together.Participants in the 3rd District dug a new canal behind the Central Mosque to alleviate flooding. IOM 2014 (Photos by Mexin Ouadai-Bando)




Cash for Work Activities in Bangui

IOM Cash for Work activities, which is partly funded by the EU Community Stabilization program, focused on Bangui's 3rd and 5th districts. The 3rd Arrondissement is a mixed community, where Christians and Muslims are working together.Participants in the 3rd District dug a new canal behind the Central Mosque to alleviate flooding. IOM 2014 (Photos by Mexin Ouadai-Bando)




Cash for Work Activities in Bangui

IOM Cash for Work activities, which is partly funded by the EU Community Stabilization program, focused on Bangui's 3rd and 5th districts. The 3rd Arrondissement is a mixed community, where Christians and Muslims are working together.Participants in the 3rd District dug a new canal behind the Central Mosque to alleviate flooding. IOM 2014 (Photos by Mexin Ouadai-Bando)




Cash for Work Activities in Bangui

IOM Cash for Work activities, which is partly funded by the EU Community Stabilization program, focused on Bangui's 3rd and 5th districts. The 3rd Arrondissement is a mixed community, where Christians and Muslims are working together.Participants in the 3rd District dug a new canal behind the Central Mosque to alleviate flooding. IOM 2014 (Photos by Mexin Ouadai-Bando)




Cash for Work Activities in Bangui

IOM Cash for Work activities, which is partly funded by the EU Community Stabilization program, focused on Bangui's 3rd and 5th districts. The 3rd Arrondissement is a mixed community, where Christians and Muslims are working together.Participants in the 3rd District dug a new canal behind the Central Mosque to alleviate flooding. IOM 2014 (Photos by Mexin Ouadai-Bando)




Cash for Work Activities in Bangui

IOM Cash for Work activities, which is partly funded by the EU Community Stabilization program, focused on Bangui's 3rd and 5th districts. The 3rd Arrondissement is a mixed community, where Christians and Muslims are working together.Participants in the 3rd District dug a new canal behind the Central Mosque to alleviate flooding. IOM 2014 (Photos by Mexin Ouadai-Bando)




Cash for Work Activities in Bangui

IOM Cash for Work activities, which is partly funded by the EU Community Stabilization program, focused on Bangui's 3rd and 5th districts. The 3rd Arrondissement is a mixed community, where Christians and Muslims are working together.Participants in the 3rd District dug a new canal behind the Central Mosque to alleviate flooding. IOM 2014 (Photos by Mexin Ouadai-Bando)




Cash for Work Activities in Bangui

IOM Cash for Work activities, which is partly funded by the EU Community Stabilization program, focused on Bangui's 3rd and 5th districts. The 3rd Arrondissement is a mixed community, where Christians and Muslims are working together. Participants in the 3rd District dug a new canal behind the Central Mosque to alleviate flooding. IOM 2014 (Photos by Mexin Ouadai-Bando)




Jordanian Gendarmerie in Central African Republic to evaluate joining MINUSCA

A team from the Jordanian Gendarmerie meets with the Congolese FPU in action supporting African-led International Support Mission to the Central African Republic (MISCA) Police to evaluate their support in deploying UN peacekeepers to the Central African Republic (CAR) in Bangui on 20 June 2014.

Fighting broke out in CAR when the mainly Muslim Seleka alliance seized power in a coup in March 2013. UN agencies estimate that 2 million people, almost half of the population, are in need of assistance. The Security Council voted on 10 April 2014 to send 12,000 peacekeepers to help return order to CAR.

UN Photo/Catianne Tijerina




Jordanian Gendarmerie in Central African Republic to evaluate joining MINUSCA

A team from the Jordanian Gendarmerie meets with the Congolese FPU in action supporting African-led International Support Mission to the Central African Republic (MISCA) Police to evaluate their support in deploying UN peacekeepers to the Central African Republic (CAR) in Bangui on 20 June 2014.

Fighting broke out in CAR when the mainly Muslim Seleka alliance seized power in a coup in March 2013. UN agencies estimate that 2 million people, almost half of the population, are in need of assistance. The Security Council voted on 10 April 2014 to send 12,000 peacekeepers to help return order to CAR.

UN Photo/Catianne Tijerina




Jordanian Gendarmerie in Central African Republic to evaluate joining MINUSCA

A team from the Jordanian Gendarmerie meets with the Congolese FPU in action supporting African-led International Support Mission to the Central African Republic (MISCA) Police to evaluate their support in deploying UN peacekeepers to the Central African Republic (CAR) in Bangui on 20 June 2014.

Fighting broke out in CAR when the mainly Muslim Seleka alliance seized power in a coup in March 2013. UN agencies estimate that 2 million people, almost half of the population, are in need of assistance. The Security Council voted on 10 April 2014 to send 12,000 peacekeepers to help return order to CAR.

UN Photo/Catianne Tijerina




Jordanian Gendarmerie in Central African Republic to evaluate joining MINUSCA

A team from the Jordanian Gendarmerie meets with the Congolese FPU in action supporting African-led International Support Mission to the Central African Republic (MISCA) Police to evaluate their support in deploying UN peacekeepers to the Central African Republic (CAR) in Bangui on 20 June 2014.

Fighting broke out in CAR when the mainly Muslim Seleka alliance seized power in a coup in March 2013. UN agencies estimate that 2 million people, almost half of the population, are in need of assistance. The Security Council voted on 10 April 2014 to send 12,000 peacekeepers to help return order to CAR.

UN Photo/Catianne Tijerina




Jordanian Gendarmerie in Central African Republic to evaluate joining MINUSCA

A team from the Jordanian Gendarmerie meets with the Congolese FPU in action supporting African-led International Support Mission to the Central African Republic (MISCA) Police to evaluate their support in deploying UN peacekeepers to the Central African Republic (CAR) in Bangui on 20 June 2014.

Fighting broke out in CAR when the mainly Muslim Seleka alliance seized power in a coup in March 2013. UN agencies estimate that 2 million people, almost half of the population, are in need of assistance. The Security Council voted on 10 April 2014 to send 12,000 peacekeepers to help return order to CAR.

UN Photo/Catianne Tijerina




Jordanian Gendarmerie in Central African Republic to evaluate joining MINUSCA

A team from the Jordanian Gendarmerie meets with the Congolese FPU in action supporting African-led International Support Mission to the Central African Republic (MISCA) Police to evaluate their support in deploying UN peacekeepers to the Central African Republic (CAR) in Bangui on 20 June 2014.

Fighting broke out in CAR when the mainly Muslim Seleka alliance seized power in a coup in March 2013. UN agencies estimate that 2 million people, almost half of the population, are in need of assistance. The Security Council voted on 10 April 2014 to send 12,000 peacekeepers to help return order to CAR.

UN Photo/Catianne Tijerina




Jordanian Gendarmerie in Central African Republic to evaluate joining MINUSCA

A team from the Jordanian Gendarmerie meets with the Congolese FPU in action supporting African-led International Support Mission to the Central African Republic (MISCA) Police to evaluate their support in deploying UN peacekeepers to the Central African Republic (CAR) in Bangui on 20 June 2014.

Fighting broke out in CAR when the mainly Muslim Seleka alliance seized power in a coup in March 2013. UN agencies estimate that 2 million people, almost half of the population, are in need of assistance. The Security Council voted on 10 April 2014 to send 12,000 peacekeepers to help return order to CAR.

UN Photo/Catianne Tijerina




Jordanian Gendarmerie in Central African Republic to evaluate joining MINUSCA

A team from the Jordanian Gendarmerie meets with the Congolese FPU in action supporting African-led International Support Mission to the Central African Republic (MISCA) Police to evaluate their support in deploying UN peacekeepers to the Central African Republic (CAR) in Bangui on 20 June 2014.

Fighting broke out in CAR when the mainly Muslim Seleka alliance seized power in a coup in March 2013. UN agencies estimate that 2 million people, almost half of the population, are in need of assistance. The Security Council voted on 10 April 2014 to send 12,000 peacekeepers to help return order to CAR.

UN Photo/Catianne Tijerina




DSRSG attends launching of disarmament and relocation of ex-Seleka

Lawrence Wohlers, Deputy Special Representative (Political) of the Secretary-General and the Prime Minister of the Central African Republic attend the ceremony of the launching of the disarmament and relocation project of 2,000 ex-Seleka combatants to their community of origin in Bangui on 18 July 2014.

The disarmament and relocation project is a joint mission of the African-led International Support Mission to the Central African Republic (MISCA), Operation SANGARIS, International Organization for Migration (IOM), and the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA).

UN Photo/Catianne Tijerina




DSRSG attends launching of disarmament and relocation of ex-Seleka

Lawrence Wohlers, Deputy Special Representative (Political) of the Secretary-General and the Prime Minister of the Central African Republic attend the ceremony of the launching of the disarmament and relocation project of 2,000 ex-Seleka combatants to their community of origin in Bangui on 18 July 2014.

The disarmament and relocation project is a joint mission of the African-led International Support Mission to the Central African Republic (MISCA), Operation SANGARIS, International Organization for Migration (IOM), and the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA).

UN Photo/Catianne Tijerina





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