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    Axmin Inc Has Been Added To CAR Government Mining Site

    https://mines.gouv.cf/page/32/les-projets]https://mines.gouv.cf/page/32/les-projets

    https://mines.gouv.cf/projet/78/pro...nes.gouv.cf/projet/78/projet-or-axmin-inc-rca

    Translated from French to English:

    AXMIN GOLD PROJECT INC.-RCA

    Axmin Inc. is a Canadian company operating in the gold sector in the Central African Republic for an industrial mine.

    Gold exploration and exploitation object

    • Legal basis
    Convention signed on 27/01/2006 with the Central African State for a period of 25 years.
    License to mine the Passendro Gold Mine: Somio Toungou (357km²) awarded by Decree No. 10.231 of August 05, 2010.
    Research Permit: Bambari 1 & 2 (913km²) awarded by Decree No. 10.233 of August 07, 2010, of which objective is to increase the resources and extend the duration of mine operation.

    • Location: Prefecture of OUAKA (Bambari)

    • Work done
    Somio Toungou - Feasibility studies completed but need for a re-evaluation of the resources at the restart of the project.
    Aurafrique: geophysics, drilling research (DD, RC, etc.)

    • Current situation
    After a suspension of activities since the year 2012 for reasons of "Force Majeure" Axmin Inc. - RCA has brought together all administrative conditions for the resumption of its activities.
    She is currently waiting for deployment.

    • Outlook
    Construction of infrastructure for an industrial gold mine.
     
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    Central African Republic : the appointment of the new prime minister hailed by the main representatives of rebel groups

    https://africandailyvoice.com/en/20...ter-hailed-main-representatives-rebel-groups/

    2019-02-27 Central African Republic, POLITICS

    NEWSROOM (ADV) – In accordance with the commitments made on February 6 by the Central African authorities and the main rebel groups, President Faustin Archange Touadéra on Monday (February 25th) appointed a new Prime Minister, Firmin Ngrebada. The task of the new head of government is delicate. He needs to form an inclusive government without delay.

    The Political Bureau of the Popular Front for the Renaissance of the Central African Republic (FPRC) and the National Coordination of the Anti-Balaka Patriot Movement, in a joint statement obtained by ADV, welcomed the appointment of Mr. Firming Ngrenada and at the same time renewed their commitment to peace under the leadership of the President of the Republic, Mr. Faustin Archange Touadera.

    The signatories of this declaration, Noureidine Adam and Maxime Mokom, on behalf of their movements, thank the President for this move which goes hand in hand with the commitments of the concluded Khartoum agreement.

    The FPRC and the Anti-Balaka wish to see the new Prime Minister continue in this positive dynamic.
     
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    Articles out this week regarding the Central African Republic:

    Russian Instructors Trained Over 2,000 Troops, Law Enforcement Officers In CAR - https://www.urdupoint.com/en/world/russian-instructors-trained-over-2000-troops-562490.html
    Support for the peace agreement in the Central African Republic: the World Bank could unlock $100 million - http://www.adiac-congo.com/content/...que-mondiale-pourrait-debloquer-cent-millions
    The Cameroonian group of transport "Tourist Express" is setting up soon in Central African Republic - https://africandailyvoice.com/2019/...stique-express-implante-bientot-centrafrique/
    CAR Participation in MINING INDABA 2019 FORUM - https://mines.gouv.cf/mission/80/pa...-des-mines-et-de-la-geologie-de-la-republique
    - Additional info on mining forum: https://www.miningindaba.com/ehome/index.php?eventid=283869&
     
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    New, inclusive gov't formed in C.A.R
    http://www.africanews.com/2019/03/03/new-inclusive-gov-t-formed-in-car//
    A new and inclusive government has been formed in the Central African Republic.
    The new regime was announced on Sunday with no changes to holders of some ministries, a month after a peace deal was signed between authorities and armed groups.
    The Defense, Finance, Justice, Foreign Affairs, Communication, Interior and the Economic Ministries remained unchanged.
    Maxime Mokom, leader of the armed anti-balaka group has become Minister for Disarmament, De-mobilization, Re-integration and Repatriation. Souleymane Daouda, Spokesperson for the armed group, Unity for Peace in the Central African Republic is now Minister for Livestock.
    Hamza Guismala, right-hand man of Noureddine Adam, leader of the armed group, Popular Front for the Renaissance of the country, is now in charge of the Development of Energy and Hydraulic Resources Ministry.
    The Patriotic Movement for the Central African Republic has one of its important members, Adama Chaibou, as Minister for Modernization.
    Bertin Béa, Secretary General of Kwa Na Kwa, party of former president François Bozizé, exiled in Uganda, has been appointed Minister for Public Service.
    On February 6, an agreement was reached after weeks of negotiations in Khartoum, Sudan. The formation of this new government comes after the appointment of Firmin Ngrebada as Prime Minister.
    The Central African Republic is struggling to recover from the conflict it has been entangled since 2013.
    So far eight agreements have been signed by warring parties to try to bring the country out of the chaos.
     
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    UNODC opens project office in Bangui, Central African Republic

    http://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/front...fice-in-bangui--central-african-republic.html

    Bangui, Central African Republic, 4 March 2018 - Following the "Political Agreement for Peace and Reconciliation in the Central African Republic" finalized in Khartoum and signed on 6 February by the Government of the Central African Republic and 14 armed groups, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) officially announced the opening of a project office in Bangui.

    The announcement was made by the UNODC Regional Representative for West and Central Africa, Pierre Lapaque, during a visit to the Central African Republic from 19 to 22 February. He said that "urgent action is needed to maintain the momentum created by the recently concluded peace agreement" because "we cannot build a State and a nation without effective, transparent and accessible justice for all."

    The UNODC office in Bangui opened in June 2018 following the signing of an agreement with the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA). This partnership between UNODC and MINUSCA aims to support the operationalization of the Special Criminal Court (SCC) in the Central African Republic.

    The SCC was established by law in 2015 as a national court to judge cases of serious violations of human rights and international humanitarian law committed in the Central African Republic territory since 1 January 2003. In this context, UNODC's mandate is more specifically to assist the SCC in the development of its legal aid and victim and witness protection services.

    UNODC provided input to the development of legal and regulatory instruments on both victim and witness protection as well as legal aid that have been successfully adopted. These include the Loi portant Règlement de Procédure et de Preuves (May 2018), the SCC Règlement interieur (October 2018), and the Arrete portant organisation et fonctionnement de l'Organe paritaire chargé de l'admission des candidats au Corps special d'avocats près la Cour penale spéciale (December 2018).

    During his visit to the Central African Republic, the UNODC Regional Representative also met with national authorities interested in UNODC'S mandate, including the Prime Minister, and ministers of the Interior, Justice, Mines and Water and Forestry. These exchanges show a strong political will to collaborate with UNODC to combat serious crimes such as corruption, trafficking in natural resources, firearms, money-laundering, among others, that hinder peace, stability and development in the country.

    The opening of the project office in the Central African Republic and UNODC's various activities in the country contribute to the development of a Regional Strategy that UNODC aims to implement in Central Africa to better respond to the interconnected challenges posed by transnational organized crime on the African continent.

    It also contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, in particular Goal 16 on promoting peace, justice and transparent and effective institutions.
     
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    Pope and CAR President satisfied for Framework Agreement between their states

    https://www.vaticannews.va/en/africa/news/2019-03/pope-president.print.html

    ope Francis on Tuesday afternoon received in private audience, the president of the Central African Republic, Mr. Faustin Archange Touadéra.

    By Godfrey Kampamba

    During their encounter, the Holy Father and Mr. Touadera focused their discussion on the existing good bilateral relations between the Holy See and the Central African Republic. Apart from looking at issues regarding the current situation in the country, the two leaders also expressed their satisfaction about the ratification of the Framework Agreement between the two states, underscoring the importance of the contribution of the Catholic Church in the construction of the Central African Republic, and acknowledged the role of Catholic institutions in the fields of education and healthcare.

    The meeting between the pope and Mr. Touadera came just two days after the inauguration of the Bangui Pediatric Hospital, constructed with the sponsorship of Pope Francis, for which president Touadera expressed his and the gratitude of the people of his country.

    Ratification of Framework Agreement between Holy See and CAR
    Soon after his meeting with the pope, Mr. Touadera went on to meet with the secretary of State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, who was accompanied by the Secretary for Relations with States, Archbishop Paul Gallagher. During this occasion, the secretary of State gave President Touadera the Instrument of the Ratification of the Framework Agreement between the Holy See and the Central African Republic. The Framework Agreement was signed on 6 September 2016 in Bangui and concerns matters of mutual interest. A communique from the Vatican later on Tuesday announced the entry into force of the Framework agreement.

    Meeting with St. Egidio Community
    From the Vatican, the central African Republican president visited the Sant’Egidio Community in Rome, where he was received by the founder, Prof. Andrea Riccardi, and other leaders of the Community.I have come here because this is a house of peace that has come to mean a lot for my country, said president Touadera, underlining the strong links of friendship that have united the Central African Republic and the Sant'Egidio Community, even in the darkest hours of the country.

    Touadera also expressed his gratitude for the work of the Sant’Egidio Community in the cure of HIV and AIDS through a programme known as DREAM, and through which a centre has been opened to take care of the sick.

    06 March 2019, 13:21
     
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    Chinese Mining Companies Are Already Working In The Central African Republic

    MEETING OF THE MINISTER OF MINES AND GEOLOGY WITH THE ACTORS OF THE MINING SECTOR

    (Translated From French To English)

    https://mines.gouv.cf/actualite/81/...a-geologie-avec-les-acteurs-du-secteur-minier

    Mon 25/02/2019 - 12:00

    The Minister of Mines and Geology met the actors of the mining sector of Bozoum at the hotel of the said city. This meeting brought together the Minister, the members of the cabinet of the Ministry of Mines and Geology, the Honorable Members of the constituencies of Bozoum 1 and 2, the representative of the Chinese Society operating in the area and the artisanal miners.

    This meeting gave the opportunity to the President of the Cooperative Minière de Bozoum to present in a brief way the difficulties of the mining artisans, his intervention was completed by his peers and followed by that of the deputies of Bozoum who presented the needs that they experience in the sector and their wish for a better collaboration.

    Without passion, all the concerns raised were debated, the minister having brought in his staff, each in his field, to answer the questions that concern him. The Minister concluded the interventions by informing the co-operatives that all their concerns have been taken into account in a set of specifications that the Ministry has signed with the Corporation. Insisting on compliance with the terms of reference by the company, he announced the establishment in the near future of a tripartite monitoring committee (Ministry of Mines, Chinese society and representative of the population). A family photo has closed meeting to the satisfaction of all.
     
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    United States Announces Additional Support to the FACA
    https://cf.usembassy.gov/united-states-announces-additional-support-to-the-faca/?sfns=mo
    BANGUI – The United States Embassy in Bangui announces the launch of an additional $3.5 million in security assistance training programs for the Central African Armed Forces (FACA). These funds for the Central African Republic (CAR) represent the next phase in the United States’ $12 million in funding to reform and redeploy the FACA.

    “This tranche of equipment and training continues our investment in CAR’s security, and demonstrates our commitment to helping build a peaceful and prosperous Central African Republic. This will combine with the efforts of the government of and people of CAR to move forward on a path to peace and prosperity. This comes at a particularly important time as we are all working together to ensure effective implementation of the recently signed Khartoum accords,” Ambassador Lucy Tamlyn commented regarding the news.

    The funding will provide comprehensive logistics, operations, and management training to the FACA to help maintain and grow Camp Kassai. It will also train FACA in valuable trade skills, including electrical repair, masonry, welding, plumbing, carpentry, and general mechanics. These skills will enable the FACA to maintain their own facilities, and repair their own equipment.

    The UN Security Council Sanctions committee is aware of all U.S. training and equipment in full accordance with the arms embargo. The United States remains committed to abiding by the internationally approved sanctions process.

    Since 2015, the United States has provided over $500 million to CAR, including $100 million in humanitarian assistance in 2018-2019 and $65 million in support to the justice, internal security, and military sectors.

    The US Embassy in Bangui looks forward to continued close work with our partners in the CAR Government, in particular the Ministry of Defense, to build and strengthen a professional military force capable of responding to CAR’s security challenges.

    By U.S. Embassy in Bangui | 5 March, 2019 | Topics: News, Press Releases
     
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    Bangui, CAR will host the next International Economic Forum April 24th to 25th 2019. This is a big deal because 500 people from around the world are expected to attend, including major investment groups. Not only that, it shows the world that CAR is getting safer, more stable, and can bring new investment to help it grow.

    https://www.theconnectedmag.fr/centrafrique-sante-cmnfis-cicp/

    http://www.clubmedicalnumerique.org/

    http://www.clubmedicalnumerique.org...rochure-Bangui-24-25-avril-2019-V19-copie.pdf

    Central African Republic: Health takes pride of place at the 17th International Economic Forum

    The International Chamber for the Counseling and Promotion of Enterprises (CICP) organizes under the very high Patronage of HE Faustin Archange TOUADERA, President of the Republic, Head of State, Central African Republic, the 17th International Multi-sectoral Economic Forum which will take place on April 24 & 25, 2019 in Bangui. The health sector is supported by the French Digital Medical Club & Health Innovation 4 round tables on topics in line with the needs of Central Africa are on the agenda: Stroke : prevention and improvement of care. This is a serious pathology since 30% of stroke victims die during the first month and among the 70% who return home, more than 80% have sequelae with physical, neuro-psychological, family or professional consequences often heavy. In this context, it is essential to train the population in the prevention of chronic diseases and stroke, but also to modernize the care pathways. Feedback from experience (Senegal). How to scale up care in Africa? False medicine : from the struggle to solutions Fake drugs are a major public health issue worldwide, accounting for 10% of drugs in circulation, up to 30% in Africa or Latin America. There are an estimated 700,000 annual deaths from this traffic. In this context, the MEDICRIM convention, the first international instrument of penal law, is struggling to implement. What legislative developments to expect? What international mobilization for safety rules and shared action plans? What role do manufacturers play? All these questions will make it possible to take stock of the current situation and to set the prospects for a coordinated and effective partnership action. Health and digital : Africa, laboratory of the future The International Conference of Ministers of Health and New Technologies in Africa (CIMSA) last June has identified the need for a joint strategy of the two ministries to advance effectively in the territories. Africa's technological innovation is growing rapidly but needs financing and governance regulation, which CIMSA has also endorsed. How can digital health help the continent move from an era of humanitarian aid to that of a health democracy? What interactions are to be put in place between North and South to accelerate its development? New conceptions of hospitals and health facilities , between efficiency and modularity Health innovation is often seen as synonymous with new technological tools that are ever more efficient and more expensive. However, if the added value of the latter is not demonstrated by the medical progress made in recent decades in rich countries, new forms of innovation are emerging. The requirements related to health needs, to the constraints of the territories and to the control of the expenses led all the actors to question on the relevance of the medical projects to be put in place for a most relevant and least expensive offer of care possible. Thus, the scarcity of resources in some countries, particularly in Africa, has become a true source of innovation, responding to a logic of how to do more with less. This "frugal" approach, which is essentially pragmatic, is at the origin of the most creative care solutions. Design of care structures adapted to patients and caregivers, organization of these, optimized management, training of health actors, The sharing of various experiences will consolidate the objectives pursued in terms of the efficiency of the healthcare solutions envisaged, which are increasingly rooted in local realities. On the agenda of this 17th Forum, conferences on health and e-health in Africa , the different interactions to be set up between North-South and South-South, to accelerate the development of the sub-region, but also a great conference on the future of digital health by 2030. All of this work is needed in the sub-region because each subject proposed represents a need on the spot. The CMNFIS www.clubmedicalnumerique.org , more than 450 members in the French speaking territories to sensitize, train and animate the health actors to the digital transformation through a dozen events per year, dealing with medical innovation and digital, training for health professionals and institutions in driving change, co-structuring of a living-lab on autonomy and accessibility, assistance with the assembly of Adrenaline, an international incubator-accelerator specialized in lifelong prevention and digital health. The CMNFIS is finally a Think & Do Tank, with the structuring and assembly of collaborative projects: mobile teams, sleep, rehabilitation of walking disorders, mobile health for landlocked territories ... It is expected about 500 participants in this forum (Investors - Policies - NGOs - Industrial - Entrepreneurs) Program - Congress Registration - Press Accreditations: http://www.cicpgroup.com Partnerships - Exhibitors - Institutional: +33 (0) 645 630 995 [email protected]

    Source : https://www.theconnectedmag.fr/centrafrique-sante-cmnfis-cicp/
     
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    Refugee's Return To Ndassima (Where AXM Has It's Gold Deposit) - Area Secured & Rebels Removed?
    https://africandailyvoice.com/2019/...e-dans-plusieurs-villes-accord-paix-khartoum/
    Central African Republic: Return of displaced people observed in several cities after Khartoum peace agreement

    Bangui, Central African Republic, (ADV) - Several IDPs and refugees have been returning to their respective areas since February, following the lull after the peace agreement signed between the government and the country's armed groups.

    Just one month after the signing of the peace agreement between the government and the 14 armed groups in the country, the security situation is gradually improving in the interior, favoring the return of displaced persons and refugees to their respective areas. . This return was recorded by the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in Central Africa (OCHA).

    In the north of Paoua, more than 23,000 spontaneous returnees and 26,700 returnees were identified from 21 February to 7 March 2019, ie 4,351 households of 23,394 spontaneous returnees and 4,846 households of 26,713 returned to their respective villages. "This return is helped by the lull in the security situation. Humanitarian actors are mobilized for assistance to returnees and returnees, "reports OCHA's humanitarian bulletin.

    These data are confirmed after the organization of 4 missions to monitor population movements in several villages in northern Paoua by UNHCR and humanitarian partners.

    A little in the center of the country in Ndassima about 60 km north of the Bambari, 13,450 people returned to the Ndassima-Bambari axis, including 310 people in Ndassima 1,250 people in Ndassima 2, and 7,000 people or 430 households in Krandja and Djoubissi.

    On the Bria IDP site, at least 2,060 people have returned to the 50,897 sites at 5 sites, a 3.88% reduction compared to February 2019 compared to December 2018. This return is also due to the lull observed in recent weeks in the region, according to humanitarian actors.

    In the western zone, notably in Boukolo, 45 km from Berberati on the Gamboula road, the population welcomes daily the return of Fulani refugees to Cameroon. The presence of a hundred breeders in these regions testifies to the cohabitation between the communities.

    These returns are also observed in Bakouma and Alindao, two cities that were affected by the violence towards the end of 2018. The return allowed the reopening of 70% of the schools. Of the 46 schools, 32 are operational and 30% or 9 schools are currently occupied by armed groups.

    Although aid workers have observed the return to several cities, the management of transhumance remains a source of tension in Bocaranga and Ngaoundaye in the north of the country. At least 896 hectares of fields have been devastated by livestock in these areas. "1,200 households lost their fields because of transhumance, given that 73% of these households have only their fields as their source of income, while 27% of these households have spontaneous returns," commented one humanitarian actor.

    The lull observed in recent weeks after the signing of the peace agreement between the government and the armed groups remains fragile, given the challenge of the new government following the Khartoum dialogue by some armed groups who demand more space in this inclusive government.
     

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