UNPOL conducts pilot basic human rights training for Abyei fire brigade
In an effort to strengthen the Rule of Law in the Abyei Area, UNPOL conducted a basic pilot human rights training for the Abyei Fire Brigade service. The training took place on 20 July and was attended by 30 personnel, including 15 women.
It was organized by UNPOL in collaboration with UNMAS and UNDSS as part of a collaborative multi-agency initiative. The training marks the first-ever human rights training provided to the fire brigade personnel in Abyei. It focused on three crucial areas: Basic Human Rights, Fire Safety, and Explosive Remnants of War awareness.
The launch event was officiated by Violet Lusala, UNISFA Police Commissioner, and was attended by Abionweng Ajith Diing, the Juba-appointed Minister for Local Government and Law Enforcement Agencies, along with representatives of UNMAS and UNDSS