UNAMID and UN Country Team State Liaison Functions (SLFs) in North Darfur, in partnership with the state level Judiciary Directorate, from 30 to 31 March organized a workshop for District Court Judges focusing on international fair trial standards and adherence to the rule of law in transnational
On 14 March 2019, UNAMID Sector East in collaboration with High Council for Youth and Sport in East Darfur State held a graduation ceremony after a three-month training for 100 at-risk youth in different fields of vocational skills, implemented by El Nafeer Charity Organization (ECO).
On 7 March 2019, UNAMID State Liaison Functions (SLFs) and UNDP, in collaboration with East Darfur Prison Administration, concluded a two-week training program for 45 in-service Government of Sudan (GoS) prison officers focused on human rights approach in prison operations and the application of
Khartoum - On 12 February 2019, the Assistant Secretary-General for Peace Operations, Bintou Keita; the Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations Development Programme, Mourad Wahba; and the Assistant Secretary-General for Peacebuilding Support, Oscar Fer
UNAMID Joint Special Representative (JSR), Jeremiah Mamabolo, on 23 January led a Mission delegation to Golo town, central Darfur where they met with Central Jebel Marra Locality Commissioner, Jafar Mohammed, locality security committee members, Native Administrative leaders and youth representat
UNAMID Joint Special Representative (JSR) and Joint Chief Mediator (JCM) Jeremiah Mamabolo, has hailed the recently held Darfur-wide Conference for internally displaced persons (IDP) as an important milestone in the peace process.
UNAMID and the Government of Sudan (GoS) on 10 December 2018 officially declared the registered contaminated areas at Kulbus Locality, West Darfur, free of Explosive Remnants of War (ERW) and Unexploded Ordnance (UXO).
UNAMID on 22 November 2018 handed over a Rural Court in Nertiti, Central Darfur to the Sudanese Judiciary. The project, supported by the Mission’s Rule of Law Section, is the first rural court in western Jebel Marra and is expected to serve an estimated population of 180,000 people.