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19012013, 02022013 Somalia firefighters

19012013, 02022013 Somalia firefighters

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The Mogadishu fire department is resuming operations for the first time since 1991 when civil war broke out in Somalia. Firefighters in the capital have recently completed an intensive training course in organized in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, by the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM).
The Mogadishu fire department is resuming operations for the first time since 1991 when civil war broke out in Somalia. Firefighters in the capital have recently completed an intensive training course in organized in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, by the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM).

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STORY: SOMALIA - FIREFIGHTERS TRT: 2:55
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, print, online and radio use. It is not to be sold on and is restricted for other purposes. All enquiries to news@auunist.org CREDIT REQUIRED: AU/UN IST LANGUAGE: ENGLISH /NATS
 DATELINE: RECENT / MOGADISHU, SOMALIA PHOTOS: http://on.fb.me/YU8XJi SHOTLIST: MOGADISHU, SOMALIA (JANUARY 19, 2013) (AU/UN-IST) 1. 
Low angle shot of firefighters jogging 
 2. Medium shot of firefighters jogging 3. Medium shot of firefighters jogging past camera 4. Wide shot of firefighters running past fire truck 5. SoundBite (English) Abdulahi Mohammed, Trainee: “We could be real fire fighters and the grassroots and Somalians they will depend on us. There has been a lot of fire incidents, that we couldn’t, we ourselves, couldn’t control.” 6 . Wide shot of the firefighters rolling up hosepipes. 7. Closeup of firefighter rolling up a hosepipe 8. Medium shot of AMISOM firefighter instructing trainee on how to roll up a hosepipe 9. Wide shot of firefighters rolling up hosepipes. 10. Soundbite (English) Lt. General Charles Luwero, AMISOM Firefigher: “Their moral is too high, because they have got a chance they never expected, and they have been having problems of fires in town. And by the time we come, their property, their everything is gone. So they really…they are looking forward to see that they can grasp whatever they can grasp, so that they can fight that fire.” MOGADISHU, SOMALIA (FEBRUARY 02, 2013) (AU/UN-IST) 
 11. Wide shot of fire engine approaching a fire. 12. Wide shot of firefighters pulling out water hosepipes from the fire engine 13. Medium shot of the Mayor of Mogadishu, Mohamud Mohammed Noor and officials watching the fire fighting demonstration. 14. Closeup shot of the firefighters putting out the fire. 15. Wide shot of Noor and officials watching the demonstration 16. SoundBite (English) Mohamud Mohammed Noor, Mayor of Mogadishu:

SOUNDBITE (English) Abdulahi Mohammed. There has been a lot of fire incidents. which have been donated by UK-based Somali NGOs Alqra Aid and heavily discounted by manufacturers Angloco Limited. And by the time we come. General Andrew Gutti presided over the graduation ceremony which was held at the Somali National Stadium on February 02. their property. Basic public services like firefighting. STORY: The Mogadishu fire department is resuming operations for the first time since 1991 when civil war broke out in Somalia.” Noor also thanked AMISOM for the support the Mission was giving to the Somali people and announced plans to construct a fire station within the city. Trainee.” The Mayor of Mogadishu. “We could be real firefighters and the grassroots and Somalians they will depend on us. . Lt. So they really… they are looking forward to see that they can grasp whatever they can grasp. that we couldn’t. AMISOM Firefighter: “Their moral is too high. SOUNDBITE(English) Mohamud Mohammed Noor. so that they can fight that fire. Mohamud Mohammed Noor and the AMISOM Force Commander. It’s a great day for us. because they have got a chance they never expected. The fire department will be equipped with three fire engines. for a three-week period.” 17. Firefighters in the capital have recently completed an intensive training course in organized in the Somali capital. healthcare and sanitation were neglected by extremist group al-Shabaab who controlled parts of the capital and country until the Somali National Army drove them out with the support of AMISOM.” AMISOM’s firefighting department instructed the 16 Somali trainees in current techniques and first aid skills. their everything is gone. it’s a great day for all of us and thank you very much for the well done job. Mayor of Mogadishu: “We are very proud to have this young people that start to be a fire fighters department for the region of Banadiir. by the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM). Closeup shot of AMISOM firefighter instructing trainees how to handle a hosepipe. 2013. SOUNDBITE (English) Lt. it’s a great day for all of us and thank you very much for the well done job. General Charles Luwero. we ourselves couldn’t control.“We are very proud to have this young people that start to be a fire fighters department for the region of Banadiir. and they have been having problems of fires in town. Mogadishu. It’s a great day for us.

Five of the graduates will soon proceed to Kenya .one of AMISOM’s troopcontributing countries .for further training. .

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