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India contributes $300K to UN programme to train commanders

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UNITED NATIONS, Oct 27: India has donated $300,000 to a programme to train commanders for UN peacekeeping, according to Stephane Dujarric, the spokesman for Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.

Known as the "Pipeline to Peacekeeping Command Programme," it will "over a period of three years, help develop the capacity of future commanders and managers to lead by example and raise awareness of UN standards of conduct among their personnel," Dujarric said.

India's contribution will be used with a "a specific focus on issues of conduct and discipline," he added.

"This programme will be the first of its kind with a focus on issues of conduct and sexual exploitation and abuse, and we are grateful for the lead of India on such a significant new initiative," said Atul Khare,the Under Secretary-General for Field Support. - IANS

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India contributes $300K to UN programme to train commanders

UNITED NATIONS, Oct 27: India has donated $300,000 to a programme to train commanders for UN peacekeeping, according to Stephane Dujarric, the spokesman for Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.

Known as the "Pipeline to Peacekeeping Command Programme," it will "over a period of three years, help develop the capacity of future commanders and managers to lead by example and raise awareness of UN standards of conduct among their personnel," Dujarric said.

India's contribution will be used with a "a specific focus on issues of conduct and discipline," he added.

"This programme will be the first of its kind with a focus on issues of conduct and sexual exploitation and abuse, and we are grateful for the lead of India on such a significant new initiative," said Atul Khare,the Under Secretary-General for Field Support. - IANS

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