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The Heavy Engineering Equipment Intermediate Course (HEE IMO) which integrates the concepts of the Explosive Hazards Awareness Training (EHAT) within the United Nations
Secretariat’s Triangular Partnerships Programme (TPP) commenced at our Humanitarian Peace Support School (HPSS) in Embakasi.The course was officially opened by the HPSS Commandant, Col J K Rongoei.
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The course seeks to address the emerging needs in Peacekeeping operations, and responds to today’s peacekeeping environment which is increasingly complex and requires a range of capabilities for strengthening operations and deploying better trained forces.
 
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