AMISOM, Somali Police Force tackle gender-based violence

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STORY: AMISOM, Somali Police Force tackle gender-based violence
DURATION: 3:53
SOURCE: AMISOM PUBLIC INFORMATION
RESTRICTIONS: This media asset is free for editorial broadcast, print, online and radio use. It is not to be sold on and is restricted for other purposes. All enquiries to thenewsroom@auunist.org
CREDIT REQUIRED: AMISOM PUBLIC INFORMATION
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH/SOMALI NATURAL SOUND
DATELINE: 10/SEPTEMBER/2019, BAIDOA, SOMALIA

SHOT LIST:
1. Wide shot, members of Somalia’s security forces and the public attending a four-day training on response to sexual violence and human rights in Baidoa
2. Close up shot, Inspector Florence Alupo, AMISOM Gender Officer attending the training
3. Close up shot, a participant listening to Stella Maranga, AMISOM Gender Officer at the training
3. Med shot, participants listening
4. Close up shot, Fadal Abdullahi Mursal, director at the training
5. Med shot, Stella Maranga, AMISOM Gender Officer, speaking at the training
6. Med shot, Fadal Abdullahi Mursal, director and Inspector Florence Alupo, AMISOM Gender Officer attending
7. Wide shot, participants at the training
8. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) STELLA MARAGA, AMISOM GENDER OFFICER
“The aim of the project is really to disseminate the sexual violence response framework that has been developed by AMISOM over the last four, five years and to ensure the community engagement in the prevention and response to sexual violence. The project is also aimed at promoting women’s rights and encouraging communities to recognize gender violations as human rights violations,”

9. Wide shot, participants at the training
10. Close up shot, a participant taking notes
11. Med shot, participants in a group discussion
12. Close up shot, Stella Maranga, AMISOM Gender Officer typing on a computer
13. Med shot, youths attending the training
14. Wide shot, participants at the training
15. Med shot, youths at the training
16. Close up shot, a youth attending the training
17. Close up shot, a participant listening
18. SOUNDBITE: (SOMALI) FARHIYA AHMED MOHAMED, A GENDER OFFICER OF
SOUTHWEST POLICE
“I hope we will disseminate the skills we learnt here to the public and the police God willing. The participants include federal police, Southwest police, mothers, youth, religious leaders and different line ministries. So, they should go back to their respective areas and pass what they learnt from here to the other people and the police who have not got the opportunity”

19. Wide shot, Inspector Florence Alupo, AMISOM Gender Officer speaking at the training
20. Close up shot, youths attending
21. Close up shot, a youth at the training
22. Med shot, Inspector Florence Alupo, AMISOM Gender Officer speaking
23. Close up shot, participants listening
24. Close up shot, a youth listening
25. Close up shot, another youth listening
26. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) INSPECTOR FLORENCE ALUPO, AMISOM GENDER OFFICER
“The expectations we really have by the end of this session is to see that our participants understand gender violations and gender based violence in detail so that at their levels, at private lives, at private walks of lives they will always be able to handle these cases when they come across them”

27. Med shot, Fadal Abdullahi Mursal, director speaking at the training
28. Close up shot, police officers taking notes
29. Med shot, participants listening
30. Close up shot, a participant listening
31. Close up shot, Farhiya Ahmed Mohamed , a gender officer of Southwest police listening
32. Wide shot, participant at the training
33. SOUNDBITE: (SOMALI) Fadal Abdullahi Mursal, Director
“We welcome this training and ask for more similar trainings and capacity building about human rights where people are given revision and summary on this issue because if people don’t know their they cannot interact with the community.”

34. Wide shot, group photo

AMISOM, Somali Police Force tackle gender-based violence

Baidoa, 11 September 2019 – The Somali Police Force with support from the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) conducted training to equip law enforcement officers and community members with skills to tackle sexual and gender-based violence.

The four-day capacity-building workshop, facilitated by Somali trainers, was concluded on Tuesday in Baidoa, the capital of the South West State. The workshop attracted 70 participants that included youth, women, religious leaders, police officers, and government officials.

Sexual and gender-based violence especially against women and girls remains an issue of concern in Somalia, due to the long conflict that has led to the displacement of communities and weakened the rule of law. AMISOM continues to support the restoration of peace and security in Somalia and strengthening the capacity of the police and communities to combat sexual and gender-based violence.

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