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The JBVMM is mandated by the UN to verify and monitor the Safe Demilitarized Border Zone (SDBZ) of Sudan and South Sudan and ensure that the two countries fulfill the agreement signed for unconditional withdrawal of forces from the SDBZ.
Abyei children expressing their thoughts on what peace means to them through their drawings and sketches.
UNISFA troops in South Sector continue to patrol their area of responsibility to ensure communities are sharing grazing land and water peacefully.
A salute to the UN peacekeepers in Abyei for their dedication to duty, their professionalism and above all, their contribution towards the overall implementation of UNISFA’s mandate during the UN Peacekeeper’s Day Medal Parade at the UNISFA Force HQ.
Reaching out to communities on UN peacekeeper's day through medical, nutrition and health promotion services.
UNISFA Sector 1 in Gok Machar monitors the western corridor of the Safe Demilitarized Border Zone including all disputed areas on the border of Sudan and South Sudan.
New UNISFA Acting Head of Mission and Force Commander arrives in Abyei
Women from both Ngok Dinka and Misseriya tribes gathered in Todach to share thoughts on the changing role of women and the importance of women’s participation in building peace in Abyei on 14 February 2017.
The expertise and capacity developed by UNMAS continue to evolve, meeting the needs on the ground.
Strengthening the relationship between the two communities in Abyei
UNISFA through the Quick Impact Projects has supported the needs of communities in Abyei.
More than 30 orphaned students of the Abyei Secondary School received school supplies from UNISFA troops.
The reopening of the common market in Amiet is seen as an emerging symbol of peaceful coexistence between Misseriya and Ngok Dinka in the Abyei Area.
Over 80 women from Misseriya and Ngok Dinka tribes gathered in Todach village north of Abyei town on 14 February 2017 for the Open Day for Women, Peace and Security.
As part of the continuing efforts to reduce the impact and risk of explosive hazards in Abyei, the United Nations Interim Security Force for Abyei (UNISFA) on 12 June 2017 conducted another destruction exercise of confiscated weapons and
Mechanical ground preparation for clearance using a minewolf in Abyei
On 8 December 2005, the UN General Assembly declared 4 April of each year as the International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action.
Mr. Elijah Karambizi, Chief Mission Support, welcomes the new Acting Head of Mission and Force Commander Major General Tesfay Gidey Hailemichael.
The new United Nations Interim Security Force for Abyei (UNISFA) Acting Head of Mission and Force Commander Major General Tesfay Gidey Hailemichael of Ethiopia arrived in Abyei this afternoon to assume his duties.
Through speeches, poems and songs, women from Misseriya and Ngok Dinka communities shared their views on how to support the peace building efforts in Abyei that will eventually lead to the development of the region.