It records an achievement rate of more than 90%, the year 2021-2022

The Ministry of the Interior, Community Development and Public Security, presented, on Monday, July 25, 2022, the report on the achievements of the year 2021-2022. That is to say the period from July 2021 to June 2022. These are achievements related to the security sector and that of the internal administration. Minister Gervais Ndirakobuca is delighted with the results achieved during this period. He indicated that all the actions that were included in the 2021-2022 action plan have been carried out at more than 90%.

Minister Ndirakobuca indicated that, within the framework of the national reforestation project “Ewe Burundi urambaye” and community works, 171,513 tree seedlings were planted throughout the country during this year and more than a hundred nurseries are already equipped for the next campaign.

Thus, with regard to social dialogue, regular monthly consultation meetings with managers and staff were held, namely: twelve meetings held with managers, five moral talks in the five police regions with all categories of the Burundi National Police; six meetings with governors and administrators; two meetings held with police and civilian personnel; two meetings held with non-profit associations (ASBLs) and two meetings held with religious denominations; forty-two OPJs refreshed on the various investigative techniques; twenty-four OBJs retrained on ethics and the legal use of fear and 1,610 police candidates, including sixty police officer candidates, five chaplain candidates, 250 police non-commissioned officer candidates and 1,300 police officer candidates were recruited and are undergoing police training in the respective training structures.

Risk reduction

With regard to the prevention and reduction of disaster risks, there is the fight, in partnership with other actors, against the corona virus pandemic and the Ebola virus disease; the implementation of 49 municipal contingency plans. There was also the training and retraining of 20 pyrotechnicians and 120 firefighters, the training of 30 police officers in maritime rescue and rescue techniques in addition to the 115 personnel from public and private companies trained in firefighting and emergency release. Regarding the fight against the proliferation of small arms and light weapons (SALW), Minister Ndirakobuca said that 40 animated awareness sessions on the fight against SALW; 5 animated awareness workshops; 5 raids carried out in 5 police regions; exchanges between executives of the CNAP, the administration and the police were carried out; the activities of 15 heads of antenna were evaluated; the draft module on disarmament has been developed; 3 awareness sessions on SALW and armed violence conducted in three communes Ntahangwa, Mukaza and Muha of the municipality of Bujumbura. There was also the organization of a workshop for exchanging experience on disarmament and the achievements of the CNAP with the UNSAC delegation and the destruction of 277 grenades, 2 bombs, 7 rockets, 1 mortar body 60, 8 rocket candles, 6 streams, 13 bomb parts and 3 bombs, etc. Thus, within the framework of the well-being of the population in general and the police officers in particular, the hospital of the national police of Burundi ensured the external curative consultation of the patients and the care of the patients in hospitalization and those requiring medical care. specialized.

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