Maqaal: Qorshaha hub ka dhigista maleeshiyada ee Muqdisho Waa mid aan laga fiirsan
Qorshaha hub ka dhigista militiada ee Muqdisho waxu u muuqdaa mid laab la kac ah oo aan wanaagsan loo daraaseen ama looga fikirin.
Hub ka dhigis macquul ma ahan iyadoo arimahaan aan la xalin
(1) Alshabaab wali awood ku leeyihiin Muqdisho ama Somalia
(2) Dib u heshiisiin buuxda aa la sameeyn
(3) Dastuurka aan la dhameeystirin
(4) Heyadaha Cadaalada aan la tayeeyn
(5) Heyadaha amniga sida police ka, NISA iyo SNA aan did u habeen lagu sameeyn.
(6) SNA oo aan xeerooyin rasmi ah loo sameeyn lana diiwaan gelin si loo xakameeyo.
(7) maleeshiyaadka hubeeysan laftooda waa in qorshe hub ka dhigis, dhaqan celin iyo xirfad eey ku shaqeeystaan loo abuuraa si eey u helaan nolol aan qori ku xerneyn.
(8) Hub ka dhigistu waa ineey ku saleeysnaataa habka United Nation ka
(9) Ganacsatada, Heyadaha iyo shaqsiyaadka amnigooda u baqaya waa in loo diiwaan geliyaa hubkooda si eey anmigooda u sugtaan.
Qoriga soo dhiib aan qofka amnigiisa la sugi karin
Qormadii: Mohamed Mukhtar
Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration
Disarmament, demobilization and reintegration (DDR) has become an integral part of post-conflict peace consolidation, featuring prominently in the mandates of peacekeeping operations over the last twenty years.
A peacekeeper kneeling in front of recovered weapons.
UN Photo/Martine Perret
UN Police officers completing a successful weapons recovery operation.
DDR activities are crucial components of both the initial stabilization of warn-torn societies as well as their long-term development. DDR must be integrated into the entire peace process from the peace negotiations through peacekeeping and follow-on peacebuilding activities in Timor-Leste.
Disarmament is the collection, documentation, control and disposal of small arms, ammunition, explosives and light and heavy weapons from combatants and often from the civilian population.
Demobilization is the formal and controlled discharge of active combatants from armed forces and groups, including a phase of “reinsertion” which provides short-term assistance to ex-combatants.
Reintegration is the process by which ex-combatants acquire civilian status and gain sustainable employment and income. It is a political, social and economic process with an open time-frame, primarily taking place in communities at the local level.
The objective of the DDR process is to contribute to security and stability in post-conflict environments so that recovery and development can begin. DDR helps create an enabling environment for political and peace processes by dealing with security problem that arises when ex-combatants are trying to adjust to normal life, during the vital transition period from conflict to peace and development.
DDR supports ex-combatants to become active participants in the peace process through:
removing weapons from the hands of combatants;
taking the combatants out of military structures;
integrating combatants socially and economically into society.