Charting a Course for Change: KAIPTC Begins Development Processes for 5 Year (2024 – 2028) Strategic Plan

The KAIPTC has initiated the development of its next five-year strategic plan. Using a consultative approach, a staff durbar was first held on 28 June 2023 to create awareness about the development of the new plan.

This was followed by a reflection workshop from the 12 to the 14 July 2023 to discuss the findings of the mid-term review of the current strategic plan, reflect on the current trends and emerging issues on peace and security in the region and brainstorm on possible priorities of the 2024 to 2028 Strategic Plan.

Development and Institutional partners were also consulted for their input for this new direction. The 2024 to 2028 strategic plan seeks to address pressing challenges in the ever-evolving landscape of peace and security. This plan sets KAIPTC on a path towards a more resilient, inclusive, and secure future, with a focus on financial and institutional sustainability; improved governance systems; promoting gender equality and youth development; and the interconnectedness between governance, leadership, peace, security, and human development.

Building on the last 5 years, the Centre will continue to use research and various forms of stakeholder engagement to deliver high-quality training programs, research, and capacity-building initiatives in peacekeeping and security, which are responsive to new challenges.