GPOIGlobal Peace Operations Initiative
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(36) US Department of State, "Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI)," http://www.state, gov/t/pm/ppa / gpoi.
(41) Support for CoESPU was among the three major objectives of the US GPOI along with peacekeeper training and logistic assistance.
Since 2005 the approach has centered on the G-8s Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI), a five-year program that aims by 2010 to train and help equip approximately 75,000 peacekeepers worldwide, primarily in Africa.
In 2004, in response to the Group of Eight (G8) Sea Island Summit, the United States established the Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI), a 5-year program to build peacekeeping capabilities worldwide, with a focus on Africa.
Beginning from this year, American funds for peacekeeping training in Africa will be channelled primarily through the new Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI), replacing the African Contingency Operations Training Assistance (ACOTA) and other US aid programmes.
The MPAT provides responsive coalition/ combined expertise in crisis action planning." MPAT/ GPOI Multinational Planning Augmentation Team, http://
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The country has received sizable assistance to support the Nigerian military's peacekeeping deployments through the Global Peacekeeping Operations Initiative (GPOI), totaling $2 million to $3 million annually in recent years.
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As an example, recent events in Mali significantly increased Africa Command's requirements for Army support to the Department of State Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI)-funded training for partner nation security forces.
(21) In 2004, the President's Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI) was created to assist in filling those gaps by training peacekeepers and regionally building sustainable indigenous peacekeeping training capacity as primary objectives.
It should be noted that in recent years, however, it has been the United States, primarily through the Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI), that has helped assist this effort, including $2 million to transport TNI vehicles to Lebanon, and another $2.3 million to train Indonesian peacekeepers in 2009.