Diplomacy: Territorial Administration boss updates  diplomats on NW/SW Humanitarian Assistance Plan    

 

 

The Minister of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji has launched activities of the Coordination Centre for Humanitarian Assitance to North West and South West Regions. 

Heads of Diplomatic Missions were briefed on the appalling situation in the two regions and activities carried out to relief the suffering population. 

Members of the Humanitarian Assistance committee agreed to scrupulously respect the code of conduct governing field work inorder to assist the increasingly suffering masses.

 

Members of the Cordination Centre for Humanitarian Assistance

The assembly of friendly countries including the Ambassadors of the United  States of America, France, Germany and the European Union listened to the different challenges on the field and  government’s approach in tackling  the problem.

At the end of the meeting, Minister Paul Atanga Nji once again stretched a hand to members of armed groups still in the bushes.

Minister Paul Atanga Nji speaks to the press

He guaranteed ex-fighters safety and protection if they truely repent and register with the National Committee for Disarmament Demobilization and Reintegration, NCDDR .

”  Let me make it very clear, those who lay down their weapons will not go to jail. That is the instruction from the Head of State”. He stated.

Humanitarian Assistance Plan : The mile stone

The Humanitarian Assistance Plan was created by the President of the Republic, and launched by the Prime Minister on 20th June  2018.

It is essentially for assistance to internally Displaced Persons;  those who have fled from the violence in the troubled North West and South West Regions.

Committee Members in a working session

For a better coordination of the assistance, the  Coordination Centre for  Humanitarian Assistance was created on 21st November 2018. 

This far, 75,000 families have received humanitarian Assistance .

 

Kathy Neba Sina

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