The Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Coordinator of United Nations Operations in Liberia Karin Landgren, has applauded members of the Jordanian Formed Police Unit 1(FPU) for the critical role they have played in implementing UNMIL’s mandate to support the Government and people
The Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG), Ms. Karin Landgren commended 125 Indian Police Officers, including 103 women and 22 men, for their contribution to peace in Liberia at an award ceremony held in the capital, Monrovia today.
Sonni, 33, is studying at the University of Liberia to become a teacher. She loves her calling but there is one fly in the ointment: she has eye vision problems. It doesn’t stop her from learning effectively but it is an irritant.
Aware of the important role effective law enforcement and administration of justice plays in consolidating peace and state authority, as well as accelerating development in a post-conflict environment, UNMIL continues to help Liberia revamp its war-ravaged judicial and security sector with th
In early October, peacekeepers from the Nepalese Formed Police Unit (FPU-2) conducted a medical outreach at the St. John River City Clinic, 30 km from Grand Bassa County capital Buchanan. More than 90 patients were examined and treated.
Twenty-five rural women from diverse communities in Rivercess County were recently part of a week-long training to learn about modern contraception, optimal spacing of children, and other basic family planning concepts thanks to support from UN Women and the United Nations Population Fund (UN
October was exceptional for the Ghanaian Battalion Sixteen (GHANBATT 16). In line with their slogan ‘Leadership by Example’ the Commanding Officer of GHANBATT 16 Lt.-Col. S.K. Gameli began the month by visiting selected institutions in Buchanan to affirm UNMIL’s support. Among them were the St.