AfCAS Consulting ltd. was awarded the 10-year evaluation of ECOWAS Early Warning and Response Network (ECOWARN). The main objective of the work was to holistically review the current ECOWAS Early Warning and Early Response (EWER) System, assess its strengths and weaknesses and determine whether it is responding adequately to Member States threatened or affected by conflict.
The United States Institute of Peace (USIP), in collaboration with AfCAS – brought together experts and practitioners from academic institutions, nongovernmental organizations, the private sector and other stakeholders to analyze motivations and patterns of violence by non-state actors directed at energy infrastructure in Nigeria’s Niger Delta region.
AfCAS organised a dialogue on security implications of environmental change in Africa, jointly facilitated with the United States Africa Command, the Africa Center for Strategic Studies and Engineer Research and Development Center.
AfCAS supported the ‘Programme on Strengthening the capacity of police structures in Africa (AA)’ to elaborate a report on the cooperation between ECOWAS and its member states as well as member states among each other with special emphasis on border security as well as border police.
The study proposed overarching guidelines to be followed by RECs in the design of their M&E frameworks and systems to ensure convergence towards the strategic goals of the AU.