Survivability News Partners with AfGISI on ‘Pandemic Survivability Preparedness Strategy’

Survivability News and its Parent Company MLi Group are partnering with the Africa Global Intelligence & Security Institute (AfGISI) and its Global Intelligence & Security Symposium 2020 titled: COMBATING GLOBAL PANDEMICS AND CONTAGIONS- COVID-19 LESSONS.

The Strategic partnership will start with the parties collaborating at the Global Intelligence & Security Symposium 2020 #GISS2020, October 28, 2020.

The Symposium will showcase how to create and implement a “Pandemic Survivability Preparedness Strategy & Plan that will serve people and stakeholders now, as well as, in a post Covid-19 world. And MLi Group Chairman & Survivability News Publisher Mr. Khaled Fattal will deliver he keynote address on how to create and implement a “Pandemic Survivability Preparedness Strategy & Plan” a post Covid-19 world.

On this occasion, Mr. Kenneth Adu-Amanfoh, Director of Administration and Operations at the Africa Global Intelligence & Security Institute (AfGISI) said, “We are very excited for this strategic partnership. We are an Institute that seeks to address global issues, hence collaboration with MLi Group will help us leverage on their international expertise of Survivability strategies, solutions and processes.” Adu-Amanfoh later added: “We are equally happy to have MLi Group as strategic partner for our annual virtual Global Intelligence & Security Symposium 2020 #GISS2020 taking place at 10am – 4pm GMT on October 28, 2020″.

Registration is required and Zoom allocations are limited. Click below for draft program and to register to join, participate and engage.

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