January 2018

January 29, 2018

Call for Applications: Election Management Training Course (EMTC) 2018

Call for Applications: Election Management Training Course (EMTC) 2018 Application Date: 01 February –  March 31 ,2018   Course Date:  11 – 22 June,2018 Introduction As the push for democracy […]
January 29, 2018

8th batch of Master of Arts in Conflict, Peace and Security Programme Matriculated

Accra, 22nd January, 2018: As per the mandate of the Academic Affairs Unit of the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC) to deliver world class postgraduate programmes in Peace and Security, the Unit has successfully matriculated the eighth cohort of students for the Master of Arts in Conflict, Peace and Security (MCPS 8).
January 29, 2018

Second session of Certificate Programme in Cyber Intelligence and Forensics ends

Accra, 22nd January, 2018: Due to the phenomenal response and over-subscription for the maiden edition of the Certificate Programme in Cyber Intelligence and Forensics Course held in December 2017, the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC) and e-Crime Bureau organized a week-long second training session for interested participants.
January 29, 2018

Delegation from Ethiopian Peace Support Training Centre visit KAIPTC

The Head of Peace Support Operations for the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Peace Support Training Centre, Colonel Tamrat Andarge Terefe, has led a three-member delegation to visit the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC).
January 29, 2018

Air Vice Marshall Griffiths Evans deplores increasing rate of conflicts in Africa

Accra, Ghana: 29th January 2018: Air Vice Marshall Griffiths Evans, Commandant of the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC) has deplored the increasing rate of conflicts in Africa. In his opening remarks at the official opening of the Investigating Sexual and Gender Based Violence Course at KAIPTC, he noted that, in spite of the innumerable efforts aimed at curbing conflicts in Africa, conflict situations still exist, thereby dwindling socio–economic development and stability in Africa.