BOMCA advances customs education through provision of distance learning equipment to the Specialised Training Customs of Kyrgyzstan

  • Thematic Component: General
  • Country: Kyrgyzstan

On 1 December, BOMCA 10 handed over the distance learning equipment to the Specialised Training Customs under the State Customs Service of the Kyrgyz Republic. The official handover ceremony took place during the meeting with Mr. Samat Isabekov, Chairman of the State Customs Service under the Ministry of Finance of the Kyrgyz Republic.

The Specialised Training Customs received server and interactive board for the full-fledged integration of the distance learning system into customs service educational processes. The procured equipment will be used to generate digital content for distance learning, as well as facilitate the implementation of electronic training courses, automated simulation programs and animated lectures with audio accompaniment. Using modern technologies will help extend educational capacities beyond conventional teaching methods and contribute to the broader institutional objectives aimed at enhancing the qualifications of customs service personnel.

The total cost of the transferred equipment amounted to 11,408.35 EUR. These items were purchased by BOMCA 10 to further strengthen the technical basis of the respective agency to address border management priorities, which in its turn supports the achievement of results under the BOMCA programme.