πŸπŸ–π“π‡ π‘π„π†πˆπŽππ€π‹ π’π„ππˆπŽπ‘ πŒπˆπ’π’πˆπŽπ 𝐋𝐄𝐀𝐃𝐄𝐑𝐒 π‚πŽπ”π‘π’π„

The official commencement of the 28th Regional Senior Mission Leaders Course was presided over by Vice Chief of the Defence Forces, Lt Gen J M Mwangi. This flagship course of the IPSTC aims to bolster senior leadership within the Eastern Africa Standby Force, targeting individuals currently serving or poised for senior positions in peace missions.
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Lt Gen J M Mwangi emphasized the course's role in enhancing multidimensional peace support operations amidst unpredictable conflicts, drawing from his own experience as a graduate in 2015. He expressed confidence that the challenges and scenarios presented would stretch participants' capabilities and refine their leadership skills in peace support operations.
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Brigadier Sitienei, Director of IPSTC, expressed gratitude to the UK Government and the British Peace Support Team Africa for sponsoring and continually supporting the course. Among those present were Maj. Gen. Eric Kinuthia, Brig. Ronnie Westerman, and Col. Andrew Pitt.
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π”ππˆπ“π„πƒ ππ€π“πˆπŽππ’ π“π‘πˆπ€ππ†π”π‹π€π‘ ππ€π‘π“ππ„π‘π’π‡πˆπ ππ‘πŽπ†π‘π€πŒπŒπ„

The United Nations Triangular Partnership Programme (TPP) Heavy Engineering Equipment Training of Trainers Course is commencing at the Humanitarian Peace Support School. Over the next six weeks, participants from Ghana, Zambia, Uganda, and Kenya will undergo training facilitated by highly qualified trainers from Switzerland and Ghana.
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United Nations Triangular Partnership Programme (TPP) Heavy Engineering Equipment Training of Trainers Course is tailored to provide participants with the skills to instruct others to operate and maintain Heavy Engineering Equipment while executing engineering tasks, which will not only address the UN/AU needs in the stabilization phase of conflict, but also addresses the national construction needs within the continent.
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The Chief Guest, UN Chief of Division of Special Activities, Ms. Vanessa Kent in her address reiterated the significance of this course. β€œThe TPP training of trainers course has enabled the graduates of the programme to bring their training back to home countries where they can further contribute to both national capacities and to a robust pool of highly qualified personnel ready to deploy or train others when needed. The triangular partnership programme has proven to be a particularly effective partnership modality in this regard one the United nations is proud to support,” she affirmed.
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π”ππˆπ“π„πƒ ππ€π“πˆπŽππ’ 𝐒𝐓𝐀𝐅𝐅 πŽπ…π…πˆπ‚π„π‘π’ π‚πŽπ”π‘π’π„

The United Nations Staff Officers' course has officially commenced at the Peace and Conflict Studies School. The course, sponsored by the Canadian Government, brought together participants from diverse nations namely; Benin, Botswana, CΓ΄te d'Ivoire, Ghana, Jordan, Kenya, Malawi, Morocco, Namibia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Tunisia, Uganda, and Zambia. The course will equip staff officers with standard knowledge and skills to qualify them into a multinational and multidimensional mission.
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The Commandant Peace and Conflict Studies School, Colonel Emma Ngigi, graced the course opening. In her speech, she affirmed the importance of the course stating, β€œthis course serves as a platform to enhance our understanding of the complex issues facing our world today and to strengthen our collective capacity to respond effectively. As we delve into the intricacies of international relations, diplomacy and peacekeeping, let us be mindful of the shared responsibility we bear. The challenges we confront are formidable, but through collaboration and mutual understanding, we can forge solutions that transcend borders and make lasting positive impacts."
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