International Development Agencies & Embassies
- Security Training
- Political & Security Risk Assessments
- Travel Threat Assessments
- Managed Travel
Understanding that international development practitioners and embassy affiliates operate in the world’s most volatile environments, PSA has conducted comprehensive security training courses and seminars and led thorough political and security risk assessments and travel threat assessments that help international development organizations and country teams understand the risks of specific locations and allow development staff to move throughout the region with confidence and conduct their critical business.
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We are frequently asked for comprehensive executive travel planning and travel risk assessments. Our client confidentiality policy requires strict discretion in relation to specific cases, however we have a sample travel plan available for your review.
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