PROGRESS & WAY FORWARD

The Construction Process Management Course (CPM) conducted online

PROJECT TIMELINE (AS OF 1 JULY)

2022

  • Third workshop of Telemedicine Project completed
  • Heavy Engineering Equipment (HEE) Basic course in Kenya by Japanese trainers
  • HEE Intermediate course in Kenya by Swiss trainers with assistant trainers from Ghana and Kenya
  • Field Medical Assistants Course (FMAC) Training of Trainers (TOT) Virtual Workshop
  • HEE Maintenance course started in Brazil by Brazilian trainers
  • FMAC TOT and the Second Pilot FMAC in Uganda attended by uniformed peacekeepers from MONUSCO, UNISFA and UNMISS with one UN Head Trainer and seven Head Trainer candidates, who were successfully certified as Head Trainer
  • The UN C4ISR Academy for Peace Operations (UNCAP) delivered the Micro- Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Remote Pilot Course in Entebbe
  • UNCAP delivered the seventh Women’s Outreach Course (WOC) in Entebbe
  • UNCAP delivered the Micro-UAS TOT Couse as a mobile training to MIUNUSCA

2021

  • Pilot Telemedicine Project was launched in four UN missions of MINUSCA, MINUSMA, MONUSCO and UNMISS
  • First and second workshops of Telemedicine Project completed
  • Triangular Partnership Programme (TPP) in-person courses resumed with the implementation of site-specific COVID-19 risk-mitigation measures
  • Six former trainees from Ghana, Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda were engaged as assistant trainers to Swiss Lead Trainer for HEE TOT and Intermediate courses held in Kenya
  • UN Environmental Management in Peace Operations course (remote) by UN trainers conducted
  • Physical Security Infrastructure (PSI) course (remote) by UN trainers
  • Construction Process Management (CPM) course (remote) by Japanese trainers
  • In-person training on C4ISR and camp security technologies resumed at UNCAP in Entebbe (Micro-UAS Instructor Course)

2020

  • HEE TOT course in Viet Nam by Japanese trainers
  • HEE TOT course in French in Morocco by Moroccan trainers
  • Further TPP in-person courses in 2020 were cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic
  • The UN Signals Academy (UNSA) was rebranded as UNCAP
  • UNCAP has entered a new phase of expansion by delivering online training and Situational Awareness tools scenario-based and simulation-based training at the Operations Centre - Simulated Training Environment (OPSCEN-STE) in Entebbe

2019

  • Combined HEE Basic and Intermediate courses 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
  • First Pilot FMAC in Uganda attended by uniformed peacekeepers from MONUSCO and UNMISS with trainers from UN, Belgium, Germany, and Japan
  • UNSA delivered its second Information and Communications Technology (ICT) TOT course and its sixth WOC in Entebbe

2018

  • First standalone HEE Intermediate course in Kenya by a 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 for African TCCs in Kenya by Brazilian trainers
  • Pilot HEE course in Viet Nam by Japanese trainers
  • UNSA delivered its fourth WOC in Entebbe

2017

  • HEE Course for trainees from Tanzania in Kenya by Japanese trainers
  • First EPM course in Kenya by Brazilian trainers
  • UNSA delivered the first ICT TOT course in Entebbe

2016

  • HEE Basic course for Kenyan trainees in Kenya by Japanese trainers
  • First HEE TOT Course in Kenya by Swiss trainers
  • UNSA delivered the first Women’s Outreach course in Entebbe, Uganda

2015

  • 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 Triangular Partnership Programme (TPP) will increase its geographic scope, course offering and delivery methods and enhance the overall impact of its peacekeeping training and capacity building efforts to enable actual deployment. It will also strengthen the provision of operational support to peacekeepers through the expansion of telemedicine to more peace operations. The TPP will further deepen its collaboration with regional organizations such as the African Union (AU) and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and coordinate with internal and external UN partners to identify and address new, emerging and underserved capability and operational support gaps. New areas currently under development include courses in horizontal and vertical engineering, occupational safety, airstrip maintenance, and environmental management.

The TPP will put even more emphasis on direct tracking of trainees, harmonization of course curriculum, and selection and verification based on systematic application of comprehensive criteria.

The TPP will also adopt a data-driven approach to track progress, measure outcomes and create an iterative training feedback and improvement loop. Finally, the TPP will engage with Member States directly to increase the number of women peacekeepers by facilitating the participation of more women trainees in TPP courses; and increase capable French speaking peacekeepers for francophone peacekeeping setting by offering more courses in French language.