Training With IGAD In Nairobi

Training With IGAD In Nairobi

Between 14 and 16 June, Integrity Director Anthony Ellis and Research Analysts Marc Parker and Louise Khabure were in Nairobi, Kenya, where they delivered analytical training for east African justice and security officials.

Co-hosted by the Centre on Global Counter-Terrorism Cooperation (CGCC) and the East African Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), Anthony, Marc and Louise worked with officials from Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Uganda and Sudan to build their practical analytical skills. As part of a programme to strengthen cooperation between IGAD member states, attendees were trained in a range of analytical, technological and organisational tools to enhance their skills and strengthen their effectiveness.

Topics covered included open source analysis, the use of new analytical tools to identify and sort data, and data gathering and evaluation. Participants concluded the meeting with a brainstorming session on the development of concrete mechanisms for inter-state analysis and information sharing in the sub-region.

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