Progress & Way Forward

PROJECT TIMELINE

2020

  • HEE TOT course in Vietnam by Japanese trainers.
  • HEE TOT course in French in Morocco by Moroccan trainers.
  • Further courses in 2020 were cancelled due to coronavirus pandemic.
  • The Project is developing new remote learning content to complement the on-site curriculum in the areas on engineering, environmental management and occupational safety for field engineers.
  • The Signals Academy is now entering a new phase of expansion to establish a mock-up Missions Operation Centre in Entebbe to conduct situational awareness-related training.

2019

  • Combined HEE Basic and Intermediate course in Kenya by Japanese trainers.
  • First HEE mobile training courses in Uganda by Japanese and in Rwanda by Swiss trainers.
  • HEE course in Viet Nam by Japanese trainers. Third EPM course (first combined EPM course for
  • African and Asia Pacific TCCs) in Kenya by Brazilian trainers.
  • First HEE Maintenance course in Brazil by Brazilian trainers.

2018

  • First standalone HEE Intermediate course in Kenya by Swiss trainer supported by four assistant trainers from Ghana, Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda.
  • First HEE TOT course in French in Kenya by a Swiss trainer.
  • First combined HEE Basic and Intermediate course in Kenya by Japanese trainers.
  • Second EPM course by for African TCCs in Kenya by Brazilian trainers.
  • Pilot HEE course in Viet Nam by Japanese trainers.

2017

  • HEE Course for trainees from Tanzania in Kenya by Japanese trainers.
  • First Engineering Project Management course in Kenya by Brazilian trainers.

2016

  • HEE Basic course for Kenyan trainees in Kenya by Japanese trainers.
  • First HEE TOT Course in Kenya by Swiss trainers.

2015

  • Six-week HEE proof of concept pilot l course was conducted in Kenya by Japanese trainers. Six-week HEE proof of concept pilot l course was conducted in Kenya by Japanese trainers.

2014

  • The project was announced at the Heads of State-level Summit on UN Peacekeeping

 

WAY FORWARD

The overarching strategic objective of TPP set in 2015 remains unchanged which is to support peacekeeping operations by strengthening the capacity of uniformed personnel through provision of professional training and equipment.

In the next three-year framework, 2021- 2023, TPP plans to consolidate and modernize ongoing training activities into a cohesive programme which will consist of on-site engineering, medical and technology training complemented with new remote and blended courses in engineering works, occupational safety and environmental management. 

Working together with our partner Member States, TPP will explore opportunities to further expand its delivery methods, languages and coverage of countries and regions to better meet the evolving needs of UN peacekeeping.