First WeCAPS workshop for enhancing port security and disaster management in Ghana

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WECAPS WORKSHOP FOR ENHANCING PORT SECURITY AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT IN GHANA
WECAPS WORKSHOP FOR ENHANCING PORT SECURITY AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT IN GHANA

A World Maritime University (WMU) delegation delivered a workshop in Accra, Ghana from 22 to 23 September 2022 in conjunction with the European Union-funded Western and Central Africa Port Security (WeCAPS) project.

The workshop was the first in a series that will be conducted by WMU as the culmination of the three-year WeCAPS project consisting of three phases: desk study and pre-evaluation, field visit and data gathering, and the final workshop/roadmap exercises. The WMU/WeCAPS delegation was composed of Professor Max Mejia, Associate Professor Aref Fakhry and Assistant Professor Khanssa Lagdami. The WMU delegation was joined by Mr Laurens De Buck and Mr Tim Michielsen representing the WeCAPS partner ENABEL-Port of Antwerp-Bruges, and Mr. Samuel Champon representing WeCAPS-Expertise France.

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