Ghana Anti-Voilence Advocacy Network Trains 40 Youths

The Anti-Violence Advocacy Network with support from Ghana Police Service trained 40 youth into Anti-Violence Advocates. Training session began December,18,2021 and is expected to end on December,20,2021.

Anti-Violence Advocacy Network is an organization under the watch of the Ghanaian Adult Cadet Corps. It aims at training Ghanaian youth and prevent them for indulging in politics violence.

Since 2015, the organization with the support of Ghana Police Service has trained over 850 youth into Anti-Violence Advocacy Network. This month’s training theme is “Crime and Violence Prevention: The role of the Youth in National Development and Security”.

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Several trainings were undergone on the field. Crime and Violent prevention, physical training, drills, duty and others are some of the trainings.

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Speaking with the coordinator of the Anti-Violence Advocacy Network, he passed a good comment about Ghana Police Service. According to him, the Chief Superintendent of Ghana Police Service has been supporting them for the past four years.

“ They have been providing us both financially and technical support. Superintendent Raymond Adofiem, Director of High Risk Operational Training, has also promised to support the campaign”, the coordinator added.


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