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STORY:AMISOM trains Beletweyne residents on

preventing and countering violent extremism


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DATELINE: 9/JULY/2019, BELETWEYNE, SOMALIA

SHOT LIST:

1. Wide shot, facilitator from Somali Police Force (SPF) talking during the
training
2. Med shot, facilitator from Somali Police Force (SPF) talking during the
training
3. Med shot, facilitator from AMISOM talking during the training
4. Med shot, participants listening during the training
5. Med shot, AMISOM Police officers listening during the training
6. Wide shot, facilitator from Somali Police Force (SPF) talking during the
meeting
7. Med shot, participants listening during the meeting
8. Wide shot, facilitator from AMISOM interacting with the participants during
the meeting
9. SOUNDBITE: (SOMALI) KHALIF MUMIN TOXOW, HIRSHABELLE STATE
MINISTER OF JUSTICE
“Extremism is dangerous and made worse when it turns violent. I hope the
participants in this workshop will use the knowledge to guide the rest of the
community”.

10. Wide shot, participants taking part in a group discussion during the training
11. Med shot, participant taking down notes during the group discussion
12. Med shot, participants taking part in a group discussion during the training
13. Wide shot, participants taking part group discussion during the training
14. Wide shot, participants taking part group discussion during the training
15. Med shot, participants taking part group discussion during the training
16. SOUNDBITE: (SOMALI) COL. FARAH ALI WASUGE, SOMALI NATIONAL ARMY
COMMANDER IN HIRAAN REGION
“Violent extremism has made Somalia and the youth lag behind and left
widows in its trail. I call on participants to join hands to end violent
extremism”.
17. Wide shot, participant presenting findings from the group discussion
18. Med shot, participant presenting findings from the group discussion
19. Close up shot, official from AMISOM listening during the presentation
20. Med shot, participants listening during the presentation
21. Med shot, participants listening during the presentation
22. SOUNDBITE: (SOMALI) NASTEHO ABDI ALI, A MEMBER OF THE HIRAAN
WOMEN’S ORGANISATION
“I appeal to all women to lead this fight. Those dying are our children, brothers,
and husbands. As mothers, we should sensitise our husbands, sons, brothers,
and in-laws to address violent extremism”.

23. Wide shot, AMISOM Gender Officer, Mane Ahmed making a presentation
24. Med shot, AMISOM Gender Officer, Mane Ahmed making a presentation
25. Close up shot, AMISOM Gender Officer, Mane Ahmed making a presentation
26. Med shot, AMISOM Gender Officer, Mane Ahmed making a presentation
27. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) MANE AHMED, AMISOM GENDER OFFICER
“We expect the participants to continue training on their own. We will return
later to monitor their progress”.

28. Wide shot, participant receiving certificate


29. Med shot, participant receiving certificate
30. Med shot, participant receiving certificate
31. Wide shot, participant receiving certificate
32. Close up shot, participant receiving certificate

AMISOM trains Beletweyne residents on preventing and countering violent


extremism

Beletweyne, 10 July 2019 – Trainees of Hiraan region resolved yesterday to cooperate


with law enforcement agencies and mobilize communities against violent extremism.

At least 35 participants (including 21 women) from Beletweyne town attended a


Training of Trainers workshop on preventing and countering violent extremism
(PCVE). Participants included police and intelligence officers, media, youth, women,
civil society representatives and African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) officials.

The workshop aimed at equipping the trainees with skills on how to prevent and
counter violent extremism and radicalization and strengthen collaboration with
security agencies to respond to terrorism in the region. They discussed ways to
strengthen trust and collaboration between the communities and law enforcement
and use of social Media to counter AS seductive messages and propaganda.
In line with AMISOM mandate, its Protection, Human Rights and Gender Unit,
organized the training with the regional PCVE office. The HirShabelle State’s Minister
of Justice, Honorable Khalif Mumin Toxow, who graced the workshop, encouraged
participants to apply the skills and knowledge acquired to make their communities
safe.

“Extremism is dangerous and made worse when it turns violent. I hope the
participants in this workshop will use the knowledge to guide the rest of the
community,” said Minister Khalif.

The Somali National Army (SNA) commander in Hiraan region, Col. Farah Ali Wasuge
also advised the trainees to utilize the skills acquired to counter violent extremism and
mobilize their communities.

“Violent extremism has made Somalia and the youth lag behind and left widows in its
trail. I call on participants to join hands to end violent extremism,” said Col. Farah.

Nasteho Abdi Ali, a member of the Hiraan Women’s Organisation, stated, “I appeal to
all women to lead this fight. Those dying are our children, brothers, and husbands. As
mothers, we should sensitize our husbands, sons, brothers, and in-laws to address
violent extremism.”

Ms. Mane Ahmed, the AMISOM Gender Officer, said the training would promote
collaboration between law enforcers, the local community, and the media to help
counter violent extremist. She added that it is paramount to ensure that youth and
women are equipped and participate meaningfully in preventing and countering
violent extremism in their communities.

“We expect the participants to continue training on their own. We will return later to
monitor and evaluate their progress,” Ms. Ahmed remarked at the end of the two-day
workshop.
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