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INL Assistance to Sudan


Juba, Sudan
December 25, 2007

The Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) provides assistance in Sudan to develop a secure and stable environment. INL assistance in Sudan provides a contingent of 15 police, judicial and corrections officers within the UN Mission in Sudan in order to facilitate comprehensive criminal justice sector development activities to the benefit of Southern Sudan and the Comprehensive Peace Agreement. Read more on Civilian Police and Rule of Law Programs. [Photos courtesy of Gregory Germaine, Dustin Boyd, and Pekko Aho]

Dustin Boyd, Judicial Officer assigned to the UN Mission in Southern Sudan, distributes food on Christmas morning, Juba, Sudan.  [Photo courtesy of Gregory Germaine, Dustin Boyd, and Pekko Aho]

Dustin Boyd, Judicial Officer assigned to the UN Mission in Southern Sudan, distributes food on Christmas morning.

Pekko Aho of Sweden, far left, watches as Gregory Germaine, Corrections Officer assigned to the UN Mission in Southern Sudan, distributes food on Christmas morning,  Juba, Sudan. [Photo courtesy of Gregory Germaine, Dustin Boyd, and Pekko Aho]

Pekko Aho of Sweden, far left, watches as Gregory Germaine, Corrections Officer assigned to the UN Mission in Southern Sudan, distributes food on Christmas morning.

Gregory Germaine, Corrections Officer assigned to the UN Mission in Southern Sudan, with Sudanese children, Christmas morning. [Photo courtesy of Gregory Germaine, Dustin Boyd, and Pekko Aho]

Gregory Germaine, Corrections Officer assigned to the UN Mission in Southern Sudan, with Sudanese children on Christmas morning.

Christmas presents from the Sudan contingent, Dec. 25, 2007.  [Photo courtesy of Gregory Germaine, Dustin Boyd, and Pekko Aho]

Christmas presents from the Sudan contingent.


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