Humanitarian Aids workers across the North-Eastern part of the country have been trained to strengthen their capacity in monitoring and documentation of internally Displaced persons so as to provide the needed data for effective intervention by government at all levels.
The training was organised by National Human Rights Commission and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in yola, the Adamawa state capital.
Addressing the participants, the Executive Secretary of National Human Rights commission, Tony Ojukwu appreciated the effort of all the relevant agencies since 2015, particularly, the UNHCR.
He urged the participants to be attentive as papers would be presented on how to monitor and Document IDPS and returnees for effective data.
The Head of field office, UNHCR, Mohammed Tejan-Cole said an innovative programmes have been launched for the protection of rights of displaced persons in the areas affected.
Correspondent reports that participants said it would further broaden their horizon towards their responsibilities.