USIU-Africa is represented at the Alliance for African Partnership strategic planning meeting in Abuja, Nigeria

By Diana Meso

Prof. Amos Njuguna, Dean, School of Graduate Studies, Research and Extension (SGSRE) together with Diana Meso, Marketing and Communications Officer attended the Alliance for African Partnership (AAP) strategic planning meeting that took place in Abuja, Nigeria from September 12-15, 2022.

The workshop was aimed at reviewing the AAP performance over the past 5 years and to co-create a new strategic plan with the consortium for the next 5 years. There was also a special communications workshop aimed at creating a communications strategy and implementation plan in Africa as well as discuss how AAP can improve USIU-Africa institutional ranking and performance. Prof. Amos Njuguna together with Prof. Alex Kahi from Egerton university led a robust session on the SWOT analysis process.

The Alliance for African Partnership (AAP) which is hosted by Michigan State University (MSU) is a consortium of 10 leading African universities and a distinguished research network for African research institutes that aims to co-create innovative solutions to global challenges and work collaboratively with other international partners to transform lives in Africa. USIU-Africa officially joined the consortium in 2020.

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