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Tanzanian women peacekeepers on the front line in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Tanzania women peacekeepers serving with MONUSCO's Force Intervention Brigade (FIB) contingent in Beni’s area of Mavivi in DRC’s North Kivu province have been taking part in both security patrols as well as empowering the community with income generating skills.

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