Ghana: Stakeholders Build Capacity to Fight Maritime Crime

The Yaoundé Architecture Regional Information System (YARIS), a capacity building programme, opened in Accra, Thursday as part of efforts to enhance the fight against maritime crime in Ghana and the Gulf of Guinea at large.


The two-week programme organised by the Economic Communities of West African States (ECOWAS) Multinational Maritime Coordination Center (MMCC) Zone F in Accra, is aimed at equipping participants to detect maritime threat, share information and ultimately mitigate maritime crime within the Gulf of Guinea.

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