Entebbe, UGANDA (May 11, 2018) – Sixty-seven U.N. Entebbe Support Base staff took up the call and donated blood at a recently organized a joint blood donation drive, May 11. The initiative, under the auspices of U.N. Cares, U.N.
A five person strong team from RSCE headed for Kinshasa and Goma in DR Congo on 18 September to meet with colleagues and staff members in MONUSCO to get a better understanding of their specific needs, host walk-in clinics and get a feel for life in field missions.
The Global Health Challenge kicked off on Wednesday 6 September with a record breaking number of 91 staff members split between 13 teams. The participants sweated it out in an aerobics class with the Staff Welfare Committee’s gym instructor Marvin.
Umoja Supply Chain Phase 1 of the Galileo Decommissioning project (GDP) kicked off in MINUSMA Mali on Wednesday 06 September bringing the organisation one step closer to transferring all functionalities related to inventory, property, and fleet management previously done in Galileo into Umoja.
Umoja Technicians and Support staff underwent the Galileo Decommissioning Project (GDP) teach-back Training on Inventory Management (IM) and Warehouse Management (WM) that took place from 07 to 11 August 2017 at the Regional Service Centre Entebbe (RSCE).
Thirty nine participants from five peacekeeping missions and one special political mission participated in the fourth training of trainers' course about how field missions can help prevent conflict-related sexual violence (CRSV) and respond effectively.