On the 31st of May 2017 the first reporting phase of ENTRi III came to an end. Once again the project focuses on crisis management and stabilisation missions and flexibly addresses all missions and personnel involved in crisis management worldwide. For more details the Interim Narrative Report can be found here.
On the 31st of May 2016 ENTRi II came to an end after starting on the 1st of April 2013. During this highly fruitful second phase ENTRi successfully implemented 44 courses, training 994 participants of over 80 different nationalities and representatives of various European and international organisations. Other highlights and more details can be found in the Final Narrative Report here and the Annex here.
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Well-prepared personnel is key for ensuring successful civilian crisis management and stabilisation-type missions. Capacity development does not simply mean reaching sufficient quantities of personnel, but also ensuring their quality and interoperability. Training activities target the range of individual needs associated with deployment and support missions in fulfilling their mandate adequately and efficiently.
ENTRi is guided by the principle of equal opportunity to attend trainings, regardless of financial capacity, and encourages transnational cooperation. A rigorous participant selection process will ensure that only qualified candidates will participate in the activities.
ENTRi aims at benefiting the overall performance of the missions and the populations in crisis-affected countries.
The project design will allow for maximum flexibility to react to a changing crisis management environment, with a view to strengthening the link between training and actual deployment. Ongoing needs assessments and close collaboration with seconding or recruiting institutions in the EU and in the field will provide the opportunity to optimally adapt the development and delivery of courses to ensuring a demand-based approach.