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Published 26.06.2020 14:44
In the Central African Republic (CAR), UN agencies have donated PPE to prisons in the country.
The United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) have donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and hygiene materials valued as US$120K to 12 prisons in the CAR. The donation will be used by both detainees and staff to stop…
Inclusion, ,
Published 18.06.2020 14:17
In the Central African Republic the UN is training ex-combatants to produce Covid-19 prevention materials.
The UN peacekeeping mission in the Central African Republic has refocused its Community Violence Reduction program to offer training in trades related to Covid-19 prevention. Prior to the pandemic, the organization would offer ex-combatants vocational training in trades such as plumbing, electrical work, and construction. Today the training has now…
Health, ,
Published 19.05.2020 17:19
In the Central African Republic (CAR), UN Volunteers have been assigned as public information officers at radio stations.
The volunteers working under the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Mission in CAR (MINUSCA) are tasked with sharing current information on the virus and advocating for prevention and protection measures. The mission chose radio as the best means of sharing information as it enables them to reach people in remote areas…
Health,
Published 17.05.2020 10:07
In the Central African Republic, the government launched a Coronavirus hotline.
The operators at the call centre, based in Bangui, the capital and largest city of the country, will reply to the concerns of the population regarding symptoms or guidelines. The helping number is “1212”. Information is key in a country with only three ventilators for almost 5 million people. Unicef…
Health,
Published 13.05.2020 19:14
In the Central African Republic, Radio Ndeke Luka, the country’s most-listened-to radio station is used to report on the Covid-19.
The show Magazine “Santé” (“Health” in French), where usually doctors or professors talk about the measles or the cancer, is broadcasting several programs on the coronavirus. Information is key in a country where malaria, measles and tuberculosis are lurking.

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