Accra, 22 November, 2017: The Deputy Commandant for the Regional Peacekeeping Training Centre of the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC), Colonel Panganai Kahuni, has led a three-member delegation to visit the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC).
The purpose of the visit, was to acquaint themselves with KAIPTC’s best governance and administrative policies/practices; it was also to explore areas of possible collaboration between both institutions on applicable processes of implementing the AU requirements on maintaining peace and stability in Africa.
The team was given insights into KAIPTC’s operations, following which discussions ensued on their areas of interests.
The team were taken on a tour of the Centre; Colonel Kahuna, an alumna of KAIPTC, commended the Centre for its fine and modern architectural design and its conducive work and learning environment. He urged the Centre to relentlessly pursue, and achieve within the shortest possible time, its vision of “becoming the leading and preferred international Centre for training, education and research in African peace and security”.
The Deputy Commandant was accompanied by Lt Colonel Oliver Mubita, also from the Regional Peacekeeping Training Centre and Mr. Kenneth Abotsi from GIZ-SADC.