CCCPA Joint Training Course Regarding Illicit Transfer of SALW in the North Africa and Sahel Regions II 2014
As part of the project 'Enhancing the Capacity of Local Actors in Efforts to Improve Peace and Stability in North Africa, the Sahel and Great Lakes Partners' CCCPA held this second training course on illicit transfer of SALW together with International Organization for Migration (IOM) on 15-18 December. 20 representatives from Police, Military and Foreign Affairs from countries in the North Africa and Sahel Regions participated in the training course.
The project 'Enhancing the Capacity of Local Actors in Efforts to Improve Peace and Stability in North Africa, the Sahel and Great Lakes Partners' is aimed at strengthening the capacities of national and regional actors in areas of border management, peacekeeping, peacebuilding, conflict resolution and crisis management. It is financed by the government of Japan and UNDP. The implementing partners of the project are the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Cairo International Centre for Conflict Resolution, Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding (CCCPA). The latter provides training modules of capacity-building to diplomats, military and police personnel, parliamentarians, media representatives and NGOs. CCCPA also support peacekeeping missions in Africa. The Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs founded the CCCPA in 1997.
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