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31 Dec 2005 description

Résumé des activités de COOPI, Rapport Annuel 2005, Janvier 2006 .

Programmes en cours:


31 Dec 2005 description

Abstract from the COOPI's Annual Report 2005, January 2006.

Programs in progress:

1) Healthcare organization for the Regions of Bamingui and Vakaga, Phase 2:

This 11-month Program was begun in November 2004, with a contribution of 331,357,600 CFA Francs from the European Union - in the framework of the EDF initiatives.

31 Dec 2005 description

Contexte humanitaire général

Les déplacements des populations se sont intensifiés durant le mois de Décembre.

31 Dec 2005 description

- Tanzania exports a record volume of maize through informal trade as fears of trade ban loom.

- Retail maize prices continue to rise, signifying dwindling stocks in most parts of the region.

- Rice and bean trade resurge but overall trade still significantly lower than last season


30 Dec 2005 description
report Doctors Worldwide

DWW has opened a new maternity clinic in Kamina in Democratic Republic of Congo. Kamina is 700 km north of Lubumbashi. It is very poor part of Katanga region. Population is around 115,000.

Congo (DRC) one of the highest rate maternal and child mortality rate country in the world. This new maternity clinic will serve free of charge for poor people and help to reduce the mortality rates. DWW will fund the expenses of the clinic.

29 Dec 2005 description

Tunis, 29 December 2005 - The Government of the Democratic Republic of Congo has signed an agreement with the African Development Bank Group for a grant of 52.45 million Units of Account (UA*), about US$ 74.69 million to finance the Nsele-Lufimi and Kwango-Kenge Roads Rehabilitation Project.

28 Dec 2005 description
report Xinhua

KAMPALA, Dec 28, 2005 (Xinhua via COMTEX) - Ugandan and Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) authorities have agreed on a joint strategy to fight the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), a rebel group fighting the Ugandan government.

27 Dec 2005 description

KINSHASA -- A United Nations peacekeeper from India, soldiers of the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (FARDC) and leaders of a Ugandan rebel movement were among the scores of people killed as the Congolese troops took back nine localities in the troubled eastern region of the country.

27 Dec 2005 description

27 déc. 05 - 17h12 KINSHASA - Environ 4000 soldats des FARDC, mènent actuellement trois opérations distinctes avec l'appui de 1000 Casques bleus de la MONUC, dans le Nord-Est de la République Démocratique du Congo.