January 19 2011
The United Nations has officially launched a program to train around 500 Somali police recruits in Djibouti, reports the U.N. News Service.
Japan has provided US$10 million for the program held at the Djibouti Police Academy.
The funding will cover stipends and salaries, as well as the cost of equipment, including vehicles and communications gear, and the rehabilitation of police infrastructure in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia.
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