The specifics of preparing for peacekeeping operations in the context of anti-covid measures were discussed in Almaty

A webinar took place at the Peacekeeping Training Center Ministry of Defense. The participants discussed the best methods and forms of training military personnel to participate in peacekeeping operations during COVID-19 pandemic and anti-COVID measures.
Kazakh peacekeepers shared their experience and ideas, learned about innovations in the field of training and preparation for peacekeeping missions.
The attention of the conference participants was focused on the critical gaps in preparation that had arisen in connection with the pandemic of coronavirus infection. A separate session was devoted to peacekeeping operations aimed at the civilian population.
The issues of health, gender policy, environmental protection and communication culture that peacekeepers face during the mission were also considered.
The two-day webinar was designed to support close educational links between organizations responsible for training military, police and civilian personnel for peacekeeping operations.
The event was organized by the International Association of Peacekeeping Training Centers (IAPTC). For more than 20 years, it has been serving as a forum for experience exchange in the field of preparation for peacekeeping operations. Its specialists strive not only to improve training programs and processes, but also personnel training participating in UN peacekeeping missions.