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The commissioner further said that the SDDRC is currently implementing a number of reintegration and demobilization projects in several states, including three in the Blue Nile state, four projects in South Kordofan state, and numerous projects in the White Nile state.
No magic bullet: A critical perspective on disarmament, demobilization and reintegration and weapons reduction during post-conflict.
To get an idea of the dimension of the peace process: in the first two years alone, the Mission verified the demobilization of 31,651 members of paramilitary groups and the turning in of 18,002 weapons (13,734 rifles).
And how many passed themselves off as AUC members to receive demobilization benefits (economic remunerations, the cessation of police persecution, and, above all, the clearing of their criminal records)?
They will take part in a demobilization ceremony at the events center with Gov.
The estimated contract value is approximately US$3.6 million, including US$1.6 million in fees for mobilization and demobilization of the rig.
The contract has demobilization alternatives for both West Africa and Malta.
Also in the book is a list of all Canadian units existing during the war, including their disposition, when many were broken up to provide reinforcements, the demobilization, etc.
In mid-April, the government reopened the Randa "Welcome Center," a demobilization camp in Bubanza Province, to house captured or surrendered FNL combatants until the completion of peace negotiations.
That is the tension between the top brass there and the troops under their command over the rate of their demobilization, during 1947-48.
Instead of examining reconstruction and peacekeeping from the view of political elites or in terms of the demobilization of armed groups, Peace Operations Seen From Below forcefully puts for the claim that the essence of rebuilding lies in the societies that emerge from the war, and the daily "ordinary" lives of both civilian populations and the staff of UN missions.
An ambitious demobilization effort has already removed over ,000 paramilitaries from combat since 00 , and many more demobilizations are planned for this year.