The Protection of Civilians train the trainers (POC ToT) commenced from 21 may 2018 at the center with the participation of 20 officers from Nepali Army, 2 officers from Armed Police Forces (APF) Nepal, 2 Officers from Nepal Police and 4 International Officers from friendly foreign countries namely Cambodia, Mongolia and Vietnam.
This course is designed to enhance the capacity of participants for the effective implementation of POC mandates in Peace Operations in order to mitigate the effects of conflicts on civilians.
The course concludes on 25 May 2018.
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General Tarnchaiyan Srisuwan, Chief of Defense Forces of Royal Thai Armed Forces along with his entourage visited BPOTC on 3 May 2018. The Commandant Col Nabin Silwal briefed the delegation team about general overview and training conducted by this center to units and individuals prior to their deployment in United Nations missions. Following the briefing, General Tarnchaiyan Srisuwan also observed a demonstration of VVIP security and Hostage Rescue by Force Reserve Company deploying in UNAMID mission Darfur, Sudan next month.
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