CISSA


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AcronymDefinition
CISSACommittee of Intelligence and Security Services of Africa (African Union)
CISSAConsorzio Intercomunale Servizi Socio Assistenziali
CISSAConference on Imaging Science Systems and Applications
CISSAComputer Information Systems Student Association
CISSAChina International School Sports Association
CISSACentres d'Information et de Soins de Santé Ambulatoires (French: Mobile Information and Healthcare Centers)
CISSACayman Islands Security Services Association
CISSACertificate In Systematic Skills Acquisition
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The CISSA delegation got satisfied of the overall security situation in the country and progress of the negotiations.
For his part, CISSA executive secretary's representative Mr Bons Abambora said the occurrence of conflict of resources was inevitable.
The consultative meeting of the CISSA has kicked off on Monday in Khartoum with the participation of 17 intelligence services to discuss the phenomena of illegal migration and human trafficking.
CISSA was mooted in the wake of Zimbabwe's interception of a plane-load of mercenaries who were on their way to Malabo, Equatorial Guinea to depose the government of President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo on 7 March 2001 in the wake of the discovery of massive oil reserves off the Gulf of Guinea.
Thus, with prodding from the Department of Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), the more conciliatory and "professionally" focused CISSA was formed in 2005.
The general security climate in Africa inspired the formation in 2004 of the Committee of Intelligence and Security Services in Africa (CISSA).
Um exemplo disso pode ser notado com a personagem Ruth (Cissa Guimaraes), que, apesar de retratar uma mulher independente, solteira e satisfeita com sua vida, foi tomada pelo desejo de tornar-se mae.
The topic has been given selective treatment by a number of scholars focusing on aspects of dialogical philosophy (e.g., Bergman, 1991), focusing on the study of one form or model such as Socrates's or Plato's dialogue (e.g., Robinson, 1962; Kahn, 1996; Atterton et al, 2004; Cissa et al 2004), or applying generalized results to language or communication (Anderson et al, 2004; Linell, 1998, 2009).
At the bottom of the bay there is the sunken Roman town named "Kissa" (Cissa), whose remains are being researched, and the discovery of the sewn ancient ship was the result of the joint work of around 20 Croatian and French archaeologists, added the professor.
As far as the Committee of Intelligence and Security Services in Africa (CISSA) is concerned, the above arguments also apply at a continental level in Africa.