SUDAN WATCH: Japan funds UN Joint Programme helping AU in Darfur

Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Japan funds UN Joint Programme helping AU in Darfur

Over the weekend, the UN Development Programme (UNDP) together with other UN agencies, launched a training programme designed to strengthen the capability of the African Union Mission in Sudan (AMIS) to restore the rule of law in Darfur, says UN News Centre report May 1 2006:
The programme, the very first UN Joint Programme in Darfur, is fully funded by the Government of Japan through the Human Security Fund and will cover a broad area of topics including, internally displaced persons, child rights and protection, gender-based violence, codes of conduct, the notion of voluntary return, and Sudanese legal and cultural frameworks, according to UNDP.

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