This activity is deemed ODA-eligible. It involves training of a mix of civilian, police and military personnel. While training of civilian and police personnel on development matters is eligible, training of partner country military personnel, including in non-military matters, is generally not eligible, except in limited areas listed in the Reporting Directives on partner country military (paragraph 97) and under civilian oversight and with a clear developmental purpose for the benefit of civilians. Training should be preferably by civilian actors, jointly by civilian and military actors or, by way of last resort, by military actors. The project is about training in international humanitarian law, humanitarian response and disaster relief preparedness which are amongst the limited eligible areas; the training is delivered jointly by civilian and military actors. As the provider country’s military is involved, only additional costs of their contribution are reported as ODA. Additionally, this activity meets the ODA-eligibility rules of activities involving partner country police, specifically with regard to the provision of related non-lethal equipment and training. All the respective safeguards are met (paragraph 97-98 and 100-101).