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Project ID:00115384Description:Joint Corrections Programme
Fund:
Somalia Multi Window Trust Fd
Start Date *: 25 Jun 2019
Theme:
NDP2 Rule of Law
End Date*: 31 Dec 2022
Country: Somalia Project Status: On Going
  Participating Organization:   Multiple
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Brief Description

The Somalia Joint Corrections Service Programme is a 30-month joint UN agency programme. It supports the National Development Plan goal to ‘Establish independent, accountable and efficient justice institutions capable of addressing the justice needs of the people of Somalia’. The programme operates under UN Strategic Priority 3: All Somalis benefit from Peace, Security, & the Rule of Law including Justice, UN Strategic Priority 4: Effective and accountable institutions that respond to needs and rights of all Somalis, the Security Pact and Transition Plan.

Key focus areas of the programme are:

  • Professionalisation of the Custodial Corps
  • Updated unified legal framework, incorporating elements of the Corrections Model in accordance with the federal corrections model;
  • Establishment of at least one equipped correctional facility in each FMS, operating in accordance with national laws and international standards;
  • Strengthened and adapted Standard Operating Procedures for prisons;
  • Standardizing training curriculum and programmes;
  • Strengthen the strategic and operational capacity of the “National Custodial Corp Training Centre” in Garowe;
  • Establishment or strengthen rehabilitation programmes for prisoners;
  • Establish structure and process for strengthened internal monitoring and inspection of the Somali Custodial Corps;
  • Establish or strengthen a process for external oversight of prisons throughout Somalia;
  • Strengthen relationships with community stakeholders for the reintegration of prisoners.

 

Contributing Outcome: UN Strategic Framework

  • Strategic Priority 3: All Somalis benefit from Peace, Security & the Rule of Law including Justice.
  • Strategic Priority 4: Effective and accountable institutions that respond to needs and rights of all Somalis.

Indicative Outcomes:

Outcome 1. Somali Custodial Corps increasingly provides fair and human services to the Somali people.

Outcome 2. Community actors are participating in the improvement of prisoner welfare and community reintegration.

 

 

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If you have questions about this programme you may wish to contact the RC office in Somalia or the lead agency for the programme. The MPTF Office Portfolio Manager (or Country Director with Delegation of Authority) for this programme:

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