The NRAA Organizes a Training Program for Trainees from the General Delegation for Documents in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania
The National Records and Archives Authority organized a training program in the fields of processing, restoring and binding records and manufacturing files and folders for a number of trainees from the General Delegation for Documents in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania. This program is conducted within the framework of the Memorandum of Understanding signed in the year 2021 AD between the NRAA and the General Delegation for Documents in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania. This innovation also comes out of the keenness of the Authority, which is a house of expertise in the field of managing, organizing, processing and maintaining records in providing and exchanging best practices of experiences and ideas in the archives fields. Over the course of three consecutive weeks, the training program included the cognitive aspects and practical applications of technical examinations of records, inks, chemical treatments, fixing inks, removing paper and plastic adhesives from records, preparing glues, polishing and strengthening materials for records, and automatic, semi-automatic and manual restoration fibers, using the latest technologies and artistic practices applied in the field of processing and restoring documents and manuscripts.
The trainees, on behalf of the General Delegation for Documents in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, expressed their thanks and appreciation to the National Records and Archives Authority for their cooperation in implementing the specialized program. laboratories, laboratories and digitization halls at the General Delegation for Mauritanian Documents, under the supervision and follow-up of the National Records and Archives Authority.