RESILIENCE IS NATO'S FIRST LINE OF DEFENCE
"Resilience is #NATO's first line of defence. It is our ability to withstand and shocks and surprise. To prepare for the unexpected."
Sarah Tarry, Director, Defence Policy and Capabilities Directorate.
Somalia: Multinational CIMIC Group operators donated Emergency Medical devices to De Martino Hospital
The activity was funded by CIMIC and UNIMRI in close coordination with the Italian Embassy and the Italian Agency for Development & Cooperation (AICS) Health programmes in Mogadishu. Somali Minister of Health and the Italian Ambassador attended the event. MNCG Commander and UNIMRI President remote monitored the activity.
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ICMPD AND MNCG.
Building capacities of security agencies in Lebanon to serve the local communities in border areas is at the core of the partnership between #ICMPD Lebanon and Multinational #CIMIC Group. Read more.
From Montebelluna to the land of cedar
CALDARIUM EFFORT EXE IS OVER
Multinational CIMIC Group specialists conducted an exercise to refine the civil-military cooperation procedures in art.5 scenarios.
CIMIC cell of the European Union Training Mission in Somalia (EUTM) donated food.
"AMISOM received 3.5 tons of food aid donated by the CIMIC cell of the European Union Training Mission in Somalia (EUTM), which was in turn distributed to 100 needy families in Afgoye, Southwest State of Somalia". Read more
TACTICAL COMBAT CASUALTY CARE COURSE
Three Multinational CIMIC Group Operators attended the “Tactical Combat Casualty Care Course” run by the Corpo Militare Volontario of Italian Red Cross. Read More
Ministry of Health - Somalia
CIMIC OPERATORS INAGURATED A CENTER TO SUPPORT POSITIVE COVID-19 PATIENTS
MNCG operators, as part of UNIFIL contingent, inaugurated a center to support positive COVID-19 patients at “Casa Italia" in Maarakeh, south Lebanon, as part of the “Together Against COVID” campaign. Supporting local communities in the fight against the virus is one of our main priorities.
Blog of Paola Casoli
CIMIC OPERATORS AWARDED BY THE DEPUTY GOVERNOR OF BENADIR REGION
The Deputy Mayor of Mogadishu and Director of the Benadir Regional Administration, Mrs. Basma Omar Ahmed, has met with personnel of the EUTM-S CIMIC Team. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss projects currently under development by the Italian CIMIC team and took place in Mogadishu City Hall, the historic residence of the Italian Governor in Mogadishu in the 1930s, recently renovated following the devastation suffered during the years of the civil war. Adding impetuous to meeting was the recent heavy rainfall experienced in Somalia, which has caused localised flooding in both the capital and throughout the country and has proven to be particular problematic. Of particular note has been the havoc that the flooding has caused on the roads throughout the Mogadishu making some areas impassable. Issues raised during the meeting was the support for emergency services, the development of projects assisting vulnerable groups, with particular attention given to women. The provision of security was also discussed with focus on both current levels and those anticipated during the forthcoming federal elections. On conclusion of the meeting the Deputy Mayor expressed his gratitude by presenting a certificate of appreciation to Lieutenant Colonel Matteo Mineo and his personnel demonstrating the fundamental support that has linked the city of Mogadishu to the Italian contingent for many years.