The InterAgency Institute has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Accord University, in Somalia, to provide pro bono classes to their Master of Public Administration students.
Eight InterAgency researchers are involved in the project. They will be in charge of preparing seven seminars for the subject of Public Policies and Analysis, starting next April. The agreement will initially be valid for the current year, but may be renewed for future years.
In line with IA’s mission of contributing to South-South cooperation, the project puts together both institute’s Global Security and Local Development research lines and contributes to broadening the scope of its participation in actions in Africa.
Read below the memorandum of understanding signed by both institutions.
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