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DEVELOPING AU PEACE OPERATIONS CAPACITIES

Established in 1995, TfP is funded by the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The TfP is based on a unique North-South-South cooperation where activities are carried out mainly by African partner institution

TfP has worked, through civil society institutions, to strengthen African civilian and police capacity for peace operations

Celebrating 25 years of the Training for Peace programme, an international programme that contributes towards capacity building within the broader ambit of peace operations in Africa.

A UNIQUE PARTNERSHIP

The programme is based on a unique north-south-south cooperation. The current partner institutions are the African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes and Institute for Security Studies in South Africa and the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs.

A UNIQUE PARTNERSHIP

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TfP OVERVIEW

The establishment of the African Standby Force and its Rapid Deployment Capability under the framework of the African Peace and Security Architecture has been instrumental to the development of practices and capacities of african-led peace operations.

TfP OVERVIEW

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