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Minister of health in Congo Republic Emilienne Raoul

Emilienne Raoul (nee Matingou, born 7 January 1945, Matingou Emilienne Genevieve) is a Congolese politician, currently serving in the government of Congo-Brazzaville as Minister of Health, Social Affairs and the Family since 2007.
Raoul was born in Brazzaville and has a background working in education at the Marien Ngouabi University in Brazzaville. She was married to General Alfred Raoul prior to the latter's death. From 1998 to 2002, she was a member of the National Transitional Council (CNT), the interim parliament that existed during the transitional period which followed the 1997 civil war. Her writings include Alternative Strategies to Fight Against Poverty in Congo (Strategies alternatives de lutte contre la pauvrete au Congo), published in 2000.

In the MayJune 2002 parliamentary election, held at the end of the transitional period, Raoul was elected to the National Assembly as an independent candidate from the first constituency of Brazzaville's Seventh Arrondissement (Mfilou); she won the seat in the second round of voting. Following the election, she was appointed to the government as Minister of Social Affairs, Solidarity, Humanitarian Action, Victims of War, and the Family.
On 3 March 2007, her ministerial portfolio was altered and she was appointed as Minister of Health, Social Affairs and the Family. She accordingly succeeded Alphonse Gando at the Ministry of Health on 10 March. In addition to her post in the government, she is President of the Center for the Advancement of Women in Politics.

Emilienne is mother of two childern and widow of late Alfred Raoul, General of the Congolese Army.
Born in Brazzaville, Emilienne Raoul teacher and researcher and master assistant at the " Universite Marien Ngouabi" With Specialization in human Geography.
Holding Phd. of 3rd Cycle from the "Universite des sciences et techniques de Lille (France) Mrs Emilienne Raoul has authored many Publication of which:" Strategies alternatives de lutte contre la pauvrete au Congo" (Alternative strategies to fight Against poverty in Congo) in 2000.

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Emilienne Raoul minister of health in Congo republic

Au cours d'une conference de presse a Brazzaville le week-end ecoule, Emilienne Raoul, ministre de la sante, des affaires sociales et de la famille, a edifie les journalistes congolais et etrangers sur l'epidemie de cholera qui sevit actuellement a Loudima, localite situee dans le departement de la Bouenza.

"Pres de 78 cas ont ete enregistres dont un cas de deces, plus precisement dans les localites de Loudima et de Mouindi. A l'origine de cette recrudescence: le non respect des conditions d'hygienes, la consommation de l'eau de surface par les populations", a annonce la ministre de la sante.

Le Congo lance officiellement l'Initiative pour l'acces des enfants et des femmes enceintes a la moustiquaire impregnee

Brazzaville le 25 Avril 2007 A l'occasion de la septieme edition de la Journee africaine de lutte contre le paludisme celebree le 25 avril sur le theme Liberez l'Afrique du Paludisme maintenant Faire reculer le Paludisme , et le slogan : Leadership et Partenariat pour les resultats , Madame Emilienne RAOUL, Ministre de la Sante, des Affaires sociales et de la Famille, a annonce le lancement officiel par le Congo, avec l'appui des Agences du Systeme des Nations Unies et la Fondation Congo-Assistance, de l'Initiative pour l'acces des enfants et des femmes enceintes a la moustiquaire impregnee.

Madame Emilienne RAOUL, Ministre de la Sante, des Affaires Sociales et de la Famille, prononce son allocution de circonstance a l'occasion de la 7eme Journee Africaine de Lutte contre le Paludisme, au Centre hospitalier de Makelekele, dans le 1er arrondissement de Brazzaville. Cette initiative a pour but de mobiliser les ressources en faveur de la lutte contre le paludisme et contribuer a la distribution des moustiquaires et par consequent a la reduction de la morbidite et de la mortalite liees au paludisme chez les enfants de moins de 5 ans et les femmes enceintes , a-t-elle affirme.

L'annonce a ete faite au cours de la ceremonie officielle organisee a l'hopital de base de Makelekele, dans le premier arrondissement de Brazzaville, qui a connu notamment la participation des autorites administratives et sanitaires congolaises, des representants des Agences du Systeme des Nations Unies a savoir Dr Fatoumata NAFO-TRAORE, Representante de l'OMS au Congo, Dr Koen VANORMELINGEN, Representant de l'UNICEF et Monsieur Richard DACKAM-NGATCHOU, Representant de UNFPA.

L'appel de Madame RAOUL a resonne en echo avec le message du Directeur Regional de l'OMS pour l'Afrique, Dr Luis SAMBO, delivre au cours de la ceremonie par la Representante de l'OMS au Congo, dans lequel il a lance un appel pour l'accroissement de l'appui fourni par la communaute internationale aux pays de la Region africaine dans la lutte contre le paludisme. Dr Luis SAMBO a encourage les partenaires et les acteurs de la lutte antipaludique a redoubler d'efforts pour gagner le combat contre le paludisme

En Republique du Congo, le paludisme sevit de maniere endemique et constitue le premier motif de consultation dans les formations sanitaires ambulatoires. Il represente 49 a 51,5% des causes d'hospitalisation et 35,4% de causes de deces des enfants dans les hopitaux de Brazzaville et Pointe-Noire. Madame la Ministre a rappele qu'une nouvelle politique nationale de lutte contre le paludisme a ete adoptee en fevrier 2006 dont l'approche a permis d'ameliorer de maniere significative les indicateurs lies a la morbidite et la mortalite chez le couple mere-enfant. Elle a lance un appel a la large participation de la societe civile, les entreprises, les personnalites et la presse pour accompagner la realisation de Initiative pour l'acces des enfants et des femmes enceintes a la moustiquaire impregnee.

Outre les allocutions, la ceremonie commemorative de la 7eme Journee africaine de lutte contre le paludisme a ete marquee par la remise officielle par la Representante de l'OMS Congo a la Ministre de la Sante, des Affaires sociales et de la Famille de deux vehicules 4x4 pour appuyer la lutte contre le paludisme et l'onchocercose. Elle s'est achevee par une distribution symbolique de moustiquaires impregnees aux femmes enceintes et aux femmes meres.

Le ministere de l'enseignement professionnel, technique et de formation qualifiante a organise, les 17 et 18 mars 2010 a Brazzaville (Congo), un atelier sur le projet d'appui a la reinsertion socioprofessionnelle des groupes defavorises (Parsegd). Pilote par Emilienne Raoul, ministre des affaires sociales, de l'action humanitaire et de la solidarite, ce projet est finance par le gouvernement congolais et la Banque Africaine de Developpement (BAD).

Nestor Alphonse Ngondo Minister of Health in Congo Republic 2006 - 2007

Alain Moka Minister of Health and Population in the government of Congo-Brazzaville from 2002 to 2005

Alain Moka Minister of Health and Population in the government of Congo-Brazzaville from 2002 to 2005

Alain Moka (born 1954) is a Congolese politician. He was Minister of Health and Population in the government of Congo-Brazzaville from 2002 to 2005 and is currently a member of the National Assembly.

Moka was born in Impfondo, located in the Likouala Region of northern Congo-Brazzaville. He is a medical doctor by profession and was the medical attache to the Congolese embassy in Paris from 1997 to 1999. He was subsequently a member of the National Transitional Council (which served as the parliament during the transitional period) from 1999 to 2002. In the MayJune 2002 parliamentary election, he was elected to the National Assembly as the candidate of the Congolese Labour Party (PCT) in Impfondo constituency; he won the seat in the first round with 67.20% of the vote.Following that election, he was appointed to the government as Minister of Health and Population on 18 August 2002; accordingly, he succeeded Leon-Alfred Opimbat at the Ministry of Health on 22 August.Following an outbreak of the Ebola virus, which claimed 29 lives, Moka announced the end of the outbreak on 20 January 2004. He remained Minister of Health and Population until being dropped from the government on 7 January 2005.

Radio Moka, a Likouala radio station owned by Moka, was ordered to be closed by the Prefect of Likouala on 1 September 2005. The station was accused of broadcasting partial information, as well as inciting hatred and division. According to Moka, however, the closure was in retaliation for the station's failure to cover an Impfondo rally in support of PCT Secretary-General Ambroise Noumazalaye in the midst of an intra-party dispute. In this dispute between PCT reformers and conservatives regarding the organization of the party, Moka was associated with the conservatives.[8] In the 2007 parliamentary election, Moka was again elected to the National Assembly from Impfondo constituency, this time as an independent candidate; he defeated the PCT candidate, Charles Zacharie Bowao (the Minister at the Presidency in charge of Cooperation, Humanitarian Action, and Solidarity), who was considered a representative of the party's reformist wing

map of Congo Republic regions

The Republic of the Congo is divided into twelve departments (departements, singular departement). These departments replaced former regions (regions, singular region) in 2002:

* Bouenza (Madingou)
* Brazzaville (Brazzaville)
* Cuvette (Owando)
* Cuvette-Ouest (Ewo)
* Kouilou (Loango)
* Lekoumou (Sibiti)
* Likouala (Impfondo)
* Niari (Loubomo)
* Plateaux (Djambala)
* Pointe-Noire (Pointe-Noire)
* Pool (Kinkala)
* Sangha (Ouesso)

These regions are subdivided into 86 districts and 7 communes.

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