Program Design & Management

Fosters a mindset of security through the development of tailor-made long-term organizational, national, and regional programs.
Indigenizes security programs to local and regional audiences to ensure proper execution, impact, and sustainability.
Utilizes existing regional resources and expertise

The design, development, and management of programs is undertaken in accordance with international best practices applied to the regional context. Stakeholder collaboration and joint identification of needs are integral to the process and ensure buy-in, consensus, and ownership of MESIS-designed solutions. Throughout the project management lifecycle, MESIS upholds stakeholder objectives while adhering to relevant organizational, national, and international requirements for compliance

MESIS’ portfolio of projects and programs represents numerous cross-cutting security themes with one common thread – sustainability. Sustaining capabilities to address security risks on the individual and organizational level necessitates carefully-designed engagements to complement organizational and resource realities. An assessment of national and organizational culture factors significantly into the development of MESIS programs and their adaptation across the region.



Key capabilities include:

  • CBRN needs assessments
  • Stakeholder management
  • Strategic planning
  • Proposal development
  • Grant management
  • Project and program management
  • Monitoring and evaluation