A group of youth from south Lebanon, who trained for three months on theatre skills through a UNIFIL-funded project, performed at the UN Mission’s headquarters on Thursday, marking International Youth Day (12 August).
The United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) today donated a number of firefighting and rescue assets to the Lebanese Civil Defense (LCD), a public civil emergency service that carries out firefighting, search and rescue activities across th
The assembled group of 20 Internal Security Forces (ISF) personnel break into a round of applause as each of their colleague’s names are called. In turn they step up, shake hands with their chief and the UNIFIL trainers, and receive their certificates.
Along the Blue Line near Blida fields, the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF) Blue Line team holds their surveying and mapping instrument steady to take GIS coordinates. As a LAF officer calls out the coordinates, his colleagues write them down and they confirm the position.
Major Nina Raduha, UNIFIL’s Slovenian Contingent commander, settles into the medical chair and stretches out her arm. Along with 100 UNIFIL peacekeepers from Italy, Slovenia, Ireland and Armenia, Major Raduha has volunteered to donate her blood to the Lebanese Red Cross (LRC).