CANADA DIRECTORATE OF MILITARY TRAINING AND COOPERATION VISIT

The Centre’s Director, Brig J C Sitienei, today Hosted the Program Officer, Directorate of Military Training and Cooperation, Director of National Defence of Government of Canada, Mr Paul Light. 
 
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He was welcomed with a comprehensive brief on the institution’s mandate, and deliberate discussions were engaged to realise areas of further collaborations.
 
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The Government of Canada has remained a firm partner to the Centre since they signed a Memorandum of Cooperation on 23 June 2011 and worked hand in hand in growing the Centre’s capacity in Peace Support Operations (PSO) training. The partnership strive is to make the Centre a regional research, training, and educational institute.
 

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