Thèmes - National staff
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|A/60/428||26.The Advisory Committee understands that there are difficulties in recruiting national staff, in particular for posts located in southern Sudan. In this connection, the Advisory Committee notes that the Secretary-General, in his progress report to the Security Council, indicates that UNMIS, in order to address the issue, is temporarily filling the gaps with additional international staff on short-term assignments, while attempting to implement a vocational training programme designed to develop a pool of suitable apprentices from among ex-combatants (S/2005/579, para. 75). The Advisory Committee welcomes the Missionâ€™s approach, which is intended to attain maximum participation of local population, thus contributing to capacity-building, the transfer of knowledge and a sense of ownership.||2005|
|A/60/536||30.The Advisory Committee notes that the Mission has made a concerted effort to implement the Committeeâ€™s recommendation that, wherever feasible and cost-effective, national General Service staff and national officers should be hired to carry out required functions, especially in the support component. It is the Committeeâ€™s view that this will contribute to capacity-building and transfer of knowledge to the local population, as well as increase the feeling of ownership by the local population of activities currently carried out by MONUC.||2005|