πŸπŸ–π“π‡ π…π„πŒπ€π‹π„ πŒπˆπ‹πˆπ“π€π‘π˜ πŽπ…π…πˆπ‚π„π‘π’ π‚πŽπ”π‘π’π„

The 28th Female Military Officers Course took place at the Peace and Conflict Studies School in Karen. The course was being conducted by UN Women, in partnership with the Government of Finland, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and IPSTC.
 
The course has 40 participants drawn from 36 countries globally, notably, representation from Vietnam. It aims to equip female military officers with the knowledge and tools needed to enable them to meaningfully implement UN policies and guidance when deployed to a UN peacekeeping operation.
 
The opening ceremony was graced by Commandant Humanitarian Peace Support School (HPSS) Colonel P A Nadio, Defence Attache Netherlands Lt Col Nils Rienks, Major General (Rtd)Patrick Cammaert, and UN Women(Kenya) Representative Idil Absiye.
 
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ππŽπ‹πˆπ‚π€π‘π„ π•π€π‹πˆπƒπ€π“πˆπŽπ π„π—π„π‘π‚πˆπ’π„

Through our continued partnership with Save the Children East & Southern Africa Region and the National Police Service (NPS), we completed the internal and external validation of the policare curriculum.
The validation exercise brought together subject matter experts to check the acceptability and completeness of the training materials.
POLICARE's objective is to strengthen the capacity of NPS to prevent and respond to Sexual and Gender Based Violence cases through the establishment of a one-stop victim support centre incorporating the synergy of multi agencies.
 
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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 26th Regional Senior Mission Leaders Course commenced on Monday, 7 Nov 2022 at the International Peace Support Training Centre in Karen. The event was officially opened by Lt Gen J M Mwangi, Vice-Chancellor of National Defence University-Kenya. The course targeted senior military officers from the rank of colonel and equivalent rank in the civilian cadre who have the potential to serve in senior leadership positions.
 
The course is designed to equip participants with relevant senior mission leadership that will strengthen their capacity for effective implementation of leadership roles and responsibilities in the United Nations (UN) and Africa Union (AU) Peace Support Operations Operations. The course had 23 participants from 15 Countries namely; Botswana, Burundi, Chad, Ethiopia, France, Ghana, the Gambia, Kenya, Malawi, Nepal, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Sudan, United Kingdom, and Zambia.
 
The closing ceremony was graced by the Deputy High Commissioner British High Commissioner, H.E Josephine Gould. 
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