CANADIAN AMBASSADOR FOR WOMEN PEACE AND SECURITY VISIT TO IPSTC

We were honoured to host H.E Amb Jacqueline O'Neill, Canadian Ambassador for Women Peace and Security at our headquarters in Karen. In our engaging talks, she learned about IPSTC's impactful efforts in Women Peace and Security, including insights into our Gender policy 2023.
 
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We discussed our active participation in the National Gender Sector Working Group and the Gender-Based Violence Working Group. Plus, our role in advancing the goals of the Kenya National Action Plan was highlighted.
 
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H.E Amb Jacqueline O'Neill commended IPSTC for successfully mainstreaming gender in its training and encouraged the continuation of these efforts in the future. Also present were the Deputy Defence Advisor Canada Lt Col Andy Wood and Major John Haylock.
 
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