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Capacity Building & Training Sub-Committee

With regard to operationalisatin of NSC through the sub committee system, there are four main thematic groups;

  •     NSC Technical subcommittee
  •     NSC Conflict Analysis Group(CAG)
  •     NSC Training and capacity Building subcommittee
  •     NSC Media and communication  subcommittee

The Capacity Building and Training Sub-Committee is one of the joint sub-committees of the National Steering Committee on Peacebuilding and Conflict Management (NSC) and Kenya National Focal Point on Small Arms and Light Weapons (KNFP). The other sub-committees are Conflict Analysis Sub-Committee; Media and Communications Sub-Committee.

Terms of Reference

  •     Facilitation of training needs assessment within the peacebuilding and conflict management fraternity.
  •     Identification and recommendation of potential trainees
  •     Facilitation of training for peace structures and stakeholders
  •     Facilitation of exchange programmes
  •     Preparation of work plans, proposals and budgetary projections
  •     Resource mobilization for capacity building and training
  •     Production and dissemination of reports, publications, research findings among others
  •     Strengthen networking, collaboration and partnership among all stakeholders.

Membership of the Sub-Committee

  •     NSC Secretariat
  •     KNFP
  •     Pact Kenya
  •     Saferworld
  •     PeaceNet Trust Kenya
  •     National Drought Management Authority (NDMA)
  •     Kenya Partnership for Peace and Security
  •     Kenya e-Learning Centre (KeLC)
  •     Administration Police
  •     Kenya Police

Main areas of Training

  •     Theories of Conflict
  •     Conflict Cycle
  •     Conflict Mapping and Analysis
  •     Understanding Conflict
  •     Conflict Early Warning and Response
  •     Stakeholders Analysis
  •     Peacebuilding
  •     Mediation
  •     Negotiation
  •     Reconciliation
  •     Truth and Justice
  •     Report Writing and Documentation of Peace Processes
  •     Proposal Writing
  •     Financial Project Management
  •     Monitoring and Evaluation
  •     The Problem of Small Arms and Light Weapons
  •     Arms Marking and Tracing
  •     Disarmament, Demobilization, Reintegration and Rehabilitation
  •     Disaster Risk Reduction
  •     e-Learning
  •     Drafting of Social Contracts/Community Peace Agreements
  •     Regional Security Studies
  •     Advanced Conflict Transformation
  •     Conflict sensitive programming
  •     Human Rights, Peacebuilding and Conflict Management
  •     Engendering Peacebuilding and Conflict Management

Major accomplishments

  • The Sub-Committee was very instrumental during the UWIANO platform for Peace strategy that contributed to the delivery of a fruitful referendum in August 2010. The team facilitated regional/cluster meetings for stakeholders that resulted in conflict analysis and mapping. These meetings informed the interventions that were undertaken in various parts of the country thereby leading to a violent-free referendum process.
  • Facilitation of training of over 760 senior Government officials in peacebuilding and conflict management. This training was conducted at the Kenya Institute of Administration (K.I.A), a premier centre for training of public officers. This training was a joint partnership between UNDP Kenya and NSC under the Conflict Prevention and Transformation Project (CTP) and took place between June 2008 and March 2010. The training targeted District Officers, District Commissioners, Administration and Kenya Police Officers.
  • Training of all Peace structures including Provincial Peace Fora, District Peace Committees, Divisional Peace Committees, Locational and Sub-Locational Peace Committees; as well as Provincial and District Task Forces on Small Arms and Light Weapons across the country.
  • With support from UNDP, the Sub-Committee facilitated a rapid needs assessment for select DPCs across the country in March 2008. These are the DPCs that have since been provided with basic toolkit including office furniture and equipment, computers and printers, internet connections.
  • Facilitation for the revalidation of the Modogashe Declaration in 2005 and 2010.
  • Dissemination of TORs and Standard Guidelines for the Peace Structures in Kenya has been conducted across the country.
  • Development of a data base for Trainers, Trainees and organizations involved in peace work.
  • The Sub-Committee take pride in the planning that went into the success of study tours to Rwanda and Ghana in 2007; Cyprus in 2009 and Brazil and Chicago in 2010. These study tours have continued to inform the various interventions at different levels with regard to peace and security in Kenya.

uwiano@108

Uwiano Platform for Peace @ 108 is a public platform to engage Kenyans in adding their voice to peacebuilding efforts in Kenya. This platform integrates the use of SMS, Incident Reports and Media reports to help strengthen peace and conflict prevention efforts in Kenya. It is a public initiative by the National Steering Committee on Conflict Management and Peacebuilding (Office of the President), which was established with the aid of the United Nations Development Programme-Kenya.

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Quick Contacts

E-mail: nscsecretariat@nscpeace.go.ke
Telephone: +254-20-343462/ 68/ 343514/ 343539/ 343468/ 343387
Fax: 020-310925
Mobile Phone Number: +254 732 364 783/ 717457898