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English: Female engagement patrol conducted from Mavivi to Muzambayi in Beni by Female combatants of South African Contingent of COB Mavivi, MONUSCO on 07 March 2018. The task was to conduct visibility patrol using vehicles and on foot, in order to gather information regarding the security situation in Muzambayi village The team composed of one officer, 5 noncommissioned Officers and twenty four soldiers using three Armored Personnel Carriers (APCs )and one ambulance. Photo MONUSCO/Michael Ali


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