16 Pass Out in Joint Campaign Planning Course
31 March 2017
Sixteen participants, solely from military institutions in Chad, Togo, Senegal, Niger, Madagascar, Congo, Mali, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroun and the Ivory Coast, have completed a two-week course in Joint Campaign Planning; the course, is aimed at enhancing the military component of regional peacekeeping operations, by equipping participants with comprehensive operational level tools and principles, to perform the steps of planning operations.
In the official closing ceremony, Col Mamadou Sow, the highest ranking officer in the group who spoke on behalf of his fellow participants, expressed satisfaction with the delivery of the course and thanked KAIPTC for the warm hospitality given them during their stay.
The Burkinabe Colonel stated that the course provided them with a lot of knowledge that would make them capable of performing better as they serve in their respective countries and armies; “the application of the method we have been taught, and especially with practical exercises under the supervision of highly qualified instructors, proved very beneficial for our future responsibilities”, he said.
Col Dawohoso, Acting Director of Training at KAIPTC, appreciated the support of the French Government in sponsoring the course since its inception in 2003.