Nairobi (HAN) May 05, 2014 – HAN & Geeska Afrika Online Group are regional partner With Conflink’s Peacekeeping and Stability Links Africa Conference, 24-25 June 2014, Hilton Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Recent developments across Africa, such as the energy boom, has resulted in a vastly increased military budget across the region. Coupled with significant spending cuts across U.S. and European markets, corporations are targeting African markets, whilst Governments and International Agencies look to partner with the private-sector and utilise latest strategies, solutions and technologies to combat security issues and terrorism. Global military budgets are currently estimated to exceed $20 billion whilst the United Nations Peacekeeping Operations exceed a further billions.



ConfLinks’ format of information sharing through morning plenary sessions followed by pre-scheduled afternoon match-making sessions allows for maximum productivity and fulfilment. Attendees representing both the public and private-sector will find the two days in Addis Ababa hugely enjoyable and rewarding, creating long-lasting connections ultimately promoting PPPs for the good of Africa’s long-term stability. Peacekeeping & Stability Links Africa 2014 will offer the optimum blend of a relaxed yet stimulating environment where like-minded colleagues will come together to forge meaningful collaborations for the future.

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Geeska Afrika Online Group are regional partner With Conflink’s Peacekeeping and Stability Links Africa Conference,  24-25 June 2014, Hilton Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

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