In a resounding commitment to nurturing responsible citizens and fostering safer communities, ACP Mr. Raymond Adofiem, the esteemed Upper East Regional Police Commander, has once again sponsored the Young Adult Cadet Corps Anti-Violence Advocacy Leadership Training Course 9.
The Training program falls under the Youth Anti-Violence Advocacy Programme of Project Bambo. The intensive training, which spanned seven days, took place at the High-Risk Operational Training School in Huhunya.
Anti-Violence Advocacy Leadership Training Course 9
Expressing Deep Gratitude:
Commandant of the Young Adult Cadet Corps, Mr. Ismail Sulaiman, expressed profound gratitude to ACP Mr. Raymond Adofiem for his unwavering commitment to youth development and community well-being. The venue of the training, the High-Risk Operational Training School in Huhunya, provided an optimal setting for the intensive program.
Longstanding Sponsorship Legacy:
It is noteworthy that ACP Mr. Raymond Adofiem initiated his sponsorship and financing of the Youth Anti-Violence Advocacy Program in 2017. Since then, his generous support has enabled the training of over 4000 youth advocates. ACP Adofiem’s sponsorship has extended beyond training to encompass all awareness-creation activities and community engagements conducted by the program.
Background Of The Program:
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The Youth Anti-Violence Advocacy Program, launched under Project Bambo, is a comprehensive initiative aimed at equipping young advocates with the skills and knowledge needed to combat violence and contribute to building safer communities. The program encompasses educational modules, community engagement strategies, and leadership development components.
Call For Corporate Support:
As the program flourishes under ACP Adofiem’s continued support, the Commandant appealed to corporate organizations to join hands in sustaining this noble cause. The program’s impact on building safer communities has been immense, and corporate support will further amplify its reach and effectiveness.
About The Youth Anti-Violence Advocacy Program:
Since its inception in 2017, the Youth Anti-Violence Advocacy Program has been a beacon of hope, empowering young advocates and fostering positive change. ACP Mr. Raymond Adofiem’s sponsorship has not only facilitated training but has also fueled awareness creation and community engagement initiatives.
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