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Minister of Home Affairs meets with prison officers who completed “Training of the Trainers” programme for “The Nelson Mandela Rules”

Minister of Home Affairs Honourable Imran Abdulla has met with the prison officers who completed the “Training of the Trainers” (TOT) programme for “The United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners (The Nelson Mandela Rules)”.

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Happy International Men’s Day!

Female prison and civil officers of Maldives Correctional Service has given a red-carpet welcome to all the male officers as part of the celebration to mark International Men’s Day.

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Minister of Home Affairs visits Maafushi Prison and meet inmates at High-Security Units

Minister of Home Affairs Honourable Imran Abdulla and Commissioner of Prisons Ahmed Mohamed Fulhu has visited Maafushi Prison today and met with the inmates at High-Security Units.

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MCS introduces an e-service portal for services

Maldives Correctional Service (MCS) has introduced the trial version of Associated Total Offender Management Service (ATOMS), an e-service portal that offers services online.

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The sixth batch of “Certificate 1 in Computer Application” starts with 20 inmates

Maldives Correctional Service (MCS) has today commenced Certificate 1 in Computer Application at Maafushi Prison to rehabilitate inmates by providing educational and vocational training.

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Maafushi Prison celebrates 22 years!

Maafushi Prison of Maldives Correctional Service has held a ceremony last night to celebrate its 22nd anniversary.

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MCS conducts “Sensitisation Programme on Child Rights & Child Protection” training in collaboration with ARC and UNICEF

Maldives Correctional Service (MCS) has conducted “Sensitisation Programme on Child Rights & Child Protection” training in collaboration with Advocating for the Rights of Children (ARC) and United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

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MCS starts “Fahi Furusath” programme to teach job-related skills to inmates being released under parole

Maldives Correctional Service and Ministry of Home Affairs has today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with State Electric Company (STELCO) to start “Fahi Furusath” programme to teach job-related skills to inmates being released under parole.

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Five batches of Qirat course Level 3 starts with 131 inmates

Maldives Correctional Service has started five batches of Qirat Course Level 3 at Maafushi Prison for inmates who can recite the Holy Quran fluently and want to gain more knowledge in the field of Qirat.

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12th batch of Rehabilitation Framework Phases 2 commences with 66 inmates

Maldives Correctional Services has commenced the Rehabilitation Framework’s Phase 2 for the 12th batch of inmates at Maafushi Prison yesterday.

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The first batch of training programme conducted jointly with UNODC on “The Nelson Mandela Rules” concludes

The first batch of the training programme conducted jointly with UNODC and Ministry of Home Affairs on “The United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners (The Nelson Mandela Rules)” for prison officers has concluded today.

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Ceremony held to handover the Dhivehi translation of “The Nelson Mandela Rules” to Maldives Correctional Service

A ceremony to handover the Dhivehi translation of “United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners (The Nelson Mandela Rules)” to Maldives Correctional Service has been held today at Male’ Prison.

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