NAPKC course: ISERH participates In Counter Terrorism and Prevention of Irregular Immigration
The Nigeria Army Peacekeeping Centre (NAPKC) is presently holding a course on Counter Terrorism and Prevention of Irregular Immigration at NAPKC Jaji, Kaduna State. The course which commenced on the 28th of October, 2016 and scheduled to end on Friday 11th of November, 2016 has 47 participants representing the selected Paramilitary, Nongovernmental Organisations / Civil Society Organisations across Nigeria.
Miss Kafayat Kikelomo Kareem, an ISERH Volunteer, is currently representing the Initiative for Sound Education, Relationship & Health (ISERH), the only participating NGO from Osun State, in the ongoing course in Kaduna. The course is designed to broaden participants’ knowledge on what Terrorism is all about and also Identify the Relationship between Irregular Migration and Terrorism.
Nigeria Army Peacekeeping Center (NAPKC) collaborated with United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) under the sponsorship of the Government of Japan to bring this course to a limelight.
As we wish our ever-dedicated volunteer, Miss Kafayat Kikelomo Kareem, a wonderful stay over there, we believe she would come back loaded with lots of experience and knowledge on how best to keep our Communities, States and Nation safe of terrorism and other forms of violence.