In Guinea-Bissau, in addition to those challenges, we’ve been working hard to pave the way for a seam
The approved agenda has five axes, namely, Promotion of political dialogue among political actors; Promotion and monitoring of the rule of law, justice and combating impunity; Promotion of transparency and combating corruption; better coordination of CSO actions to combating COVID 19; Promotion o
Rosine Sori-Coulibaly, Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations Integrated Peacebuilding Office in Guinea-Bissau (UNIOGBIS), described preparations on the ground in the West African nation as the Organization’s presence prepares to change shape.
Such acts, which infringe on people's freedom of expression and right to information, are reprehensible in a State governed by the rule of law and seriously undermine freedom of opinion, which is an essential foundation of democratic states.
Therefore, the P5 Group:
The dialogue will have the participation of the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General in Guinea-Bissau, Rosine Sori-Coulibaly and the Deputy Representative and Resident Coordinator, Mamadou Diallo.
The signatories include high-profile heads of UN agencies, such as Tedros Ghebreyesus, head of the World Health Organization (WHO), Winnia Byanyima, Executive-Director of UNAIDS, and Natalia Kanem, who runs the UN sexual and reproductive health agency (UNFPA).
In Guinea Bissau, they complain about the lack of protective material and greater support for doctors and nurses because the greater the number of health professionals infected, the greater is the impact on serving the population and lower will be the capacity to serve.
UNIOGBIS’s gender unit engaged the Women's Network for Peace and Security in the ECOWAS Space (REMPSECAO) to assist municipal authorities in the relocation of part of the old downtown women’s market to the less central district, to prevent crowding, and preparing the space according to good preve