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New Board Directors’ Induction By Management

New Board of Directors who recently joined KIPPRA were taken through an induction process where the management staff explained the functions of various research and non-research departments.

The new Board Directors got an overview of the institute’s structure, strategic plan, workplan and performance contract targets for the current financial year as well the staff capacities for the departments.

Ideas on how to improve service delivery by the institute were also discussed. The workshop, which took place on 19th October 2020, provided an opportunity for the new board directors to understand in depth the mandate of the institute and to interact with the management staff.

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