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7 March 2018
A few days ago, we celebrated the centenary year of Nelson Mandela’s birth. We spoke of his example; his fortitude, his suffering and compassion, while recalling also the declaration that he and my predecessor Mary Robinson signed in 2000 on diversity and tolerance.
NEW YORK – Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict today called on the UN Secretary-General to include state security forces from seven conflict situations in his annual list of perpetrators of grave violations of children’s rights. Watchlist also asked the UN chief to investigate armed forces and groups from four additional countries for possible abuses.
Cordaid has just completed an intervention that provided humanitarian assistance to the most vulnerable families in the very fragile context of northwestern Central African Republic (CAR).
The past year with Cordaid has been an intense experience, complex and challenging but with many positive results, leading me to believe in a better future for this highly vulnerable part of the world. Although armed conflict and social tension have left both physical and psychological scars, the population continues to demonstrate resilience and hope.
Les membres du Conseil de sécurité ont condamné avec la plus grande fermeté l'attaque meurtrière par des assaillants inconnus contre des éducateurs le 25 février 2018 près de Markounda, dans le nord-ouest de la République centrafricaine (préfecture de Ouham).
Lors de cette attaque, un consultant du Fonds des Nations Unies pour l'enfance (UNICEF), deux fonctionnaires du Ministère de l'éducation de la République centrafricaine et trois membres d'une organisation partenaire de l'UNICEF, Bangui Sans Frontières, ont été tués.
Les habitants de la sous-préfecture de Baboua, à 90 km de Bouar (chef-lieu de préfecture de la Nana-Bambere), dans l’Ouest du pays, ont pris part, le 05 mars 2018, à un atelier sur le thème « Autonomisation de la Femme ». Cette activité de sensibilisation, qui s’inscrit dans le cadre de la semaine dédiée à la femme, a vu la présence de 125 personnes, dont une dizaine d’hommes.
Les participants ont été édifiés sur différents aspects du concept de genre, l’égalité de genre et la parité homme-femme comme fondement pour une autonomisation économique et personnelle de la femme.
There were at least 22 attacks on civilians in the Mbomou Uele border region in January 2018, in which at least five civilians were killed and 26 others abducted. In February, there were 30 attacks, killing at least 15 civilians and abducting 25 others. One of the most significant changes in January–February 2018 relative to comparable periods in previous years was the dramatic reduction in LRA activity, particularly abductions.
6 MARCH 2018
The members of the Security Council condemned in the strongest terms the heinous and cowardly attack against education workers near Markounda in the north‑western part of the Central African Republic (Ouham prefecture) on 25 February 2018 by unknown assailants, which resulted in the killing of one United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) education consultant, two officials of the Ministry of Education of the Central African Republic and three members of a UNICEF national partner organization, Bangui Sans Frontières.
Insecurity has increased in the central province of Wardak in 2018, causing displacement. Security operations have been carried out in the area, while clashes between non-state armed groups and pro-government militia have been reported. Some 4,500 people have been displaced in recent weeks, including towards the provincial capital.
This new displacement alone is already larger than the 4,354 people displaced in the province in 2017, and is expected to increase as conflict dynamics remain volatile.
Over the last ten years, it has become evident that the demographic dividend framework offers a strategic basis for focusing and prioritizing investments in people in general and youth in particular, in order to achieve sustainable development. The demographic dividend framework is in line with Africa’s Agenda 2063 and its’ ‘First Ten-Year Implementation Plan’ which together lay a strong foundation for the vision of African leaders in all facets of the continent’s development.
Réponse quatrième trimestre 2017
‣ THIMO/Cash for Work Réponse
efficace pour la réhabilitation des infrastructures communautaires
‣ Activité Génératrice de Revenu/ AVEC
Appui aux jeunes à risques affectés par la crise
‣ Cohésion sociale
L’intégration communautaire gage d’une réconciliation
‣ Renforcement des capacités
La réinsertion socio professionnelle un défi majeur !