Sumeya Zeinalaabideen, a Sudanese national, is a United Nations Volunteer (UNV) with UNAMID’s Integrated Mission Training Centre.
By Emeka Nwadike
In support of the disabled community, specially the victims of explosive remnants of war (ERW) accidents, UNAMID’s Ordnance Disposal Office (ODO) constructed and equipped five vocational centers across all Darfur states.
On 14 November 2017, UNAMID, in partnership with the Government of Sudan (GoS) police, trained some 32 Community Policing Volunteers (CPVs) and Sudanese police officers on community policing and gender mainstreaming in El Geneina, West Darfur.
KHARTOUM – More than 350 people took part in the Darfur Internal Dialogue and Consultation (DIDC) Conference held in Khartoum this week, working together to identify sustainable steps for a lasting peace in Darfur.
NEW YORK – UNAMID’s Ordnance Disposal Office (ODO) has been recognized by the UN Secretary-General for a project that is helping to raise awareness in Darfur about the dangers of explosive remnants of war.
On 12 October 2017, UNAMID Human Rights Section, in collaboration with the Office of the General Prosecutor for Darfur Crimes, concluded a two-day workshop on the role of transitional and criminal justice in achieving peace. The workshop was held in El Fasher, North Darfur.