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The Female Soldiers in Peace Support Operations Course, sponsored by the Canadian Government commenced today. The opening ceremony was presided over by the commandant of Peace and Conflict Studies School (PCSS), Col E W Ngigi.Present are 40 participants from 16 countries, each bringing unique experiences and perspectives.
 
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The aim of the course is to elevate the tactical effectiveness of female soldiers by furnishing them with knowledge and skills crucial for navigating the complexities of modern PSO environments. The rationale is to address the low representation of women in peace support operations as highlighted by the UN Resolution 1325. Enhanced training for female soldiers is crucial to improve their effectiveness in mandate tasks. It is vital in addressing global challenges and making a real impact in conflict affected areas.
 
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Led by 17 expert facilitators, the course covers diverse topics, fostering critical thinking and applying knowledge to real-world peace scenarios, thus offering participants a comprehensive understanding of modern peace support operations.
 
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