Enhancing Peace and Security in the Eastern Africa Region

EASF Conducts Civilian Roster Recruitment and Verification

The Civilian Component of the Eastern Africa Standby Force launched a three-day Civilian Roster verification exercise in the Djibouti on 4th September 2018. The exercise aims at verifying the deployment suitability of civilian personnel from the Republic of Djibouti who have been trained for Peace Support Operations (PSO).

The verification exercise was opened by Mr. Guelleh Idriss Omar, who is the Director of Multilateral Relations in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs & International Relations in presence of the EASF Director, Dr. Abdillahi Omar Bouh.

The exercise will see a number of PSO Trained Civilians from Djibouti being evaluated in accordance with the African Union's rostering principles. A substantive number of those interviewed will join the African Standby Capacity; this marks yet another milestone which consolidates EASF's leading role in providing the Continental Standby Force with highly trained personnel ready and willing to roll out their acquired skills in peace keeping activities.

Accompanying the EASF Director are the Human Resource Officer, Colonel Viator Niyonyabo, the Head of Civilian Component, Mr Steve Lalande, Coordination and Rostering Officer, Mr. Agustine Mukomeza, Training and Evaluation Officer Mr. Ali Madi Mourdi and the Component's Administrative Assistant, Ms Fridah Mungania.

 

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