PCSS

PEACE & CONFLICT STUDIES SCHOOL (PCSS)
BRIEF INTRODUCTION

The Peace and Conflict Studies School (PCSS) is one of the training platforms for the International Peace Support Training Centre (IPSTC). It is located in the scenic environment of Karen on the outskirts of Nairobi City. The school focuses on the strategic and operational level training. The School has committed itself to providing multi-dimensional peace operations training to address the Eastern Africa Region's strategic and operational level training requirements.

MISSION

To train and educate Millitary, Police, and Civilian Strategic and Operational level leaders in all aspects of Peace Support Operations to improve the effectiveness of the Eastern African Standby Force to Complex emergencies.

VISION

To be a School of excellence that enhance the decision making of managers and leaders in Peace Support Operations within the East African Standby Force and the African Union.

ORGANISATION STRUCTURE

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Latest News

  • FRENCH SENATORS VISIT

    FRENCH SENATORS VISIT

    The Centre’s Director Brig J C Sitienei warmly welcomed a delegation of Senators from France led by Ms Valérie Boyer. Ms Boyer was accompanied by Jean-Luc Ruelle and François Bonneau.   The delegation was given an overview briefing on IPSTC’s

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  • CANADA DIRECTORATE OF MILITARY TRAINING AND COOPERATION HPSS VISIT

    CANADA DIRECTORATE OF MILITARY TRAINING AND COOPERATION HPSS VISIT

    Ensuing yesterday's visit, the Humanitarian Peace Support School (HPSS) in Embakasi today Hosted the Program Officer, Directorate of Military Training and Cooperation, Director of National Defence of Government of Canada, Mr Paul Light accompanied by the Deputy Defence Advisor Canada

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  • CANADA DIRECTORATE OF MILITARY TRAINING AND COOPERATION VISIT

    CANADA DIRECTORATE OF MILITARY TRAINING AND COOPERATION VISIT

    The Centre’s Director, Brig J C Sitienei, today Hosted the Program Officer, Directorate of Military Training and Cooperation, Director of National Defence of Government of Canada, Mr Paul Light.          He was welcomed with a comprehensive brief

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