Brigadier General

BITOTE André Patrice

Director General 

WELCOME

TO THE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL FOR SECURITY FORCES

(EIFORCES)

The international community is increasingly in need of training for security forces to ensure a return to civil peace in conflict areas, particularly within the context of Peace Support operations (PSOs).

To put a stop to the “phony” periods of “no war no peace”, when more or less diverse forms of violent extremism stir up instability bringing development to a standstill, it becomes imperative to have competent forces specially to impose or restore public order so that spatial and temporal authority of the State should be restored.

In this regard and mindful of the challenges in the sub region and throughout the continent, the President of the Republic of Cameroon, Head of State and Head of the Defense and Security Forces, HE Paul Biya, took the initiative to create a training institution in Cameroon for security staff specialized in PSOs. It is thus for this purpose that he created the International School of Security Forces (EIFORCES) by Decree N°.2008/179 of May 22, 2008, supplemented by the decree N°.2012/307 of June 25, 2012 relating to the organization and functioning of the institution whose missions and national support for their accomplishment, as well as the international cooperation contributions and the partnerships are hereby concisely spelt out.

About us

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EIFORCES receives multifaceted support from its bilateral and multilateral partners. international cooperation at EIFORCES was strengthened from the donor conference held on 22 October 2007 at United Nations Headquarters in New York. Today, it is illustrated as follows:

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China
European Union
Economic Community of Central African States
African Union
United Nations
United States
France
Japan
Cameroon
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2508

Civilians, Gendarmes and Policemen trained

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24

Countries

Research

Through its Research and Documentation Centre (RDC), EIFORCES conducts applied and fundamental research on all aspects of security, as well as PSO. RDC research work is aimed at explaining dynamics of the security environment; reinforcing African security systems foresight capabilities; carrying out strategiec monitoring, in support of robust decision-marketing; generating concepts for Force employment doctrine; drawing lessons from experience in order to enhance training, as well as peace and security mechanisms and capabilities.

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