The hand-over of security responsibilities by UNMIL to Liberian authorities, as the Mission progressively scales down its operations in the country would be “a slow and gradual process that has been carefully planned and prepared,” Special Representative of the Secretary-General Karin Landgre
Samuel Roland Doe, a local resident, swears by the treatment he received from doctors of the Indian FPU2 Level 1 Clinic in Zwedru when the peacekeepers reached out to the community through a medical camp organized in Tuzon, birthplace of former Liberian President Samuel Kanyon Doe.
“I couldn’t see anything. I could not walk independently. Now I can see and walk on my own,” said Princess William , 20, just a day after undergoing treatment at a cataract surgery camp organized in Pleebo in mid-November last year by the PakMed Level 2 Hospital in Harper.
It was a big relief for Sergeant Melvin B. Garr last 22 November, when UNMIL officially handed over a newly constructed building to house the local LNP station in Jarwodee, a small town in the statutory district of Gbarzon, Grand Gedeh County.
A total of 24 security personnel took part from UNMIL , agencies and missions including the World Food Programme, United Nations Support Office for AMISOM , United Nations Political Office for Somalia, United Nations Operations in Côte d’Ivoire, and the United Nations Truce Supervision Organizati