Best Situations to Engage with Us: Agencies and firms that have a global emphasis specific to counter-violence extremism (CVE), counter-terrorism, and superimposing best practices around media communications, journalism, and remediating potential chaotic scenarios - we're your team. We have conducted large-scale crisis management and prevention training across the continent of Africa, including: Luanda, Huambo, Djibouti City, Nairobi, Mogadishu, and Addis Ababa for the United States Agency for Global Media (USAGM), formerly the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG).
Day 1 Expectations: We are accustomed to learning the "lay of the land" before entering into foreign territory to provide training. As a result, day one activities include a deep dive conversation into the foreign territories' customs and communication authorities. We learn about the hierarchical structure of who we need to "get good" with first (this is important because some locations may have tribal blessings required, etc.), then we work with native-speaking project coordinators to execute all logistical requirements (e.g., lodging, training location, presentation equipment, etc.). Meetings with Voice of America (VOA), embassies, and country leadership is then carried out by our team.
What We will Do: nDemand will handle every aspect of training development, travel, logistics at boots on ground, native-speaking coordinators, live trainers to administer the training (in the native language), post-training surveys, training completion certificates for the trainees, and final reports (i.e., to include itemized receipts, lessons learned, etc.).
Outcome to Expect: Clients can expect a safe and comprehensive training for attendees. Because the training curriculum is high stakes and little room for error, we take every aspect seriously. The training we provide can very well save lives.