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The United Nations Integrated Peacebuilding Office in Guinea-Bissau (UNIOGBIS) completed its Security Council mandate on 31 December 2020
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Health professionals at the forefront of combating COVID – at risk
Guinea-Bissau civil society approves common agenda for peace and sustainable development
Dialogues on the future of the UN and the world begin on July 2 in Guinea-Bissau
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.
19 Jun 2020
Citing ‘weight of history’, senior UN officials of African descent issue call to ‘go beyond and do more’ to end racism
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). 
15 Jun 2020
SRSG Sori-Coulibaly encouraged Guinea-Bissau CSOs to remain engaged and assured UN remains committed
SRSG Sori-Coulibaly wanted to hear the perspective and views of civil society about the situation in the country and that they can be integrated in her good offices and mission reports.
11 Jun 2020
Health professionals at the forefront of combating COVID – at risk
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.
28 May 2020
Social stigma associated with COVID worries the country's health authorities
Some people suspected of having contracted COVID19 refused to be tested, and the reason behind it may be related to fear or stigma, fear of being judged by their own communities.
15 May 2020
Mainstreaming gender in the COVID response: Market in Bairo de Ajuda
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
05 May 2020
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