Training programme for inmates on horizon as Prisons and UNDP sign deal

Training programme for inmates on the horizon as Prisons and UNDP sign deal

Ramadhan Nyamka, the Commissioner General of Tanzania Prisons Services (CGP), has stated that the signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) will help improve the lives of inmates.

The Commissioner made these remarks during the signing ceremony held in Dar es Salaam on Tuesday.

“We recognize the transformative power of education, vocational training, and psychological support in paving the way for successful reintegration into society. Together, we embark on a journey to provide inmates with skills and resources for a meaningful and productive life after their release.

The environmental aspect of this collaboration emphasizes our shared responsibility to protect our planet. As we sign this MoU, we commit to implementing sustainable practices within our facilities,” he stated.

“This initiative not only aligns with global environmental goals but also empowers inmates to contribute positively to environmental protection.

The exchange of ideas and expertise between the Tanzania Prisons Services and UNDP strengthens human resource capacity through comprehensive training,” he added.

In response, Mr. Shigeki Komatsubara, the UNDP Resident Representative, commended the government of Tanzania for its good partnership in the areas of good governance, human rights, peace, and development.”

This revised version maintains the original message while addressing grammatical issues and enhancing clarity.

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