Angola: FAA Inspectors End Training in Gaborone

Luanda — Officials of the Inspection of the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA) concluded at the weekend, in the Republic of Botswana, a training course for defense inspectors of the Southern African Development Community (SADC).

The training which was held on February 04-15 was attended by officials from 31 member States of the community, aimed to train the trainers in the harmonization and unification of criteria, standards and doctrines of the Group of Inspectors of SADC.

It also aimed to standardize a common language of action under the organization's regional inspectors.

During the training action, were taught subjects related to conceptual structure of SADC, community strategic management system, inspection manual of the Group of Inspectors, the letter of the inspector, financial audit, special investigation, instructional technique, operational readiness, economy, effectiveness and efficiency.

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