The national mechanism for the protection of civilians

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The national mechanism for the protection of civilians

The National Mechanism for the Protection of Civilians affirmed that there is political will and a firm commitment from the leadership of the state to develop a solid plan to protect civilians in the states of Darfur after the exit of UNAMID with the participation of all the military and civilian state bodies, in addition to meeting all international standards for their protection.
 
The meeting headed by the Minister of Cabinet Affairs Ambassador / Omar Bashir Manis the supervises of the mechanism reviewed the national plan to protect civilians after the exit of UNAMID, which aims to address the issues of internally displaced persons and refugees in the context of creating a voluntary return environment for the displaced by providing the basic requirements for returning from services health, education, and water, and expanding the experience of model service complexes, providing livelihoods for returnees, raising professional capabilities and skills, especially for the youth, and creating a climate of humanitarian action in areas of return for the displaced.
 
The meeting assured the necessity of facilitating the access of organizations supporting the work of protecting civilians
As well as spreading the values of peaceful coexistence between tribes and opening paths in areas of contact between farmers and herders.