Same as everyone else reading this, in the Netherlands we had and have to deal with all limitations Covid-19 throws at us, both in private situations and in a Professional environment.
As we all have to deal with the same problems and limitations I would like to guide you along the steps we took in order to convert “making the best of the (training) situation” into “new insights on effective training and mindset guidance”.
Every day, around 100,000 women and men work as UN peacekeepers in field missions around the world. They serve far from home, in frequently dangerous and always challenging environments to protect, to build and to stabilize. This is our mission, and the context in which peacekeeping operates continue to evolve. The growth of social media and the 24-hour news cycle has created tremendous opportunities to communicate about our work and build support.
For the moment, we are living in challenging times, and we are writing history daily by way of our actions. It will be possible to review current events in the near future, when, in the following twenty or thirty years, we will have the opportunity to look back and critically reassess what has happened.
Normally we perceive the food as a means to provide energy and building material to our body, but it is not only these, it is a first step to prevent or to protect ourself of many chronic disease. Typical example are foods rich of omega-3 fatty acids that are effective to support cognitive processes in humans.
In October 2019, the UN Secretary-General presented the UN’s first annual budget in over 45 years to the Committee of the General Assembly that has responsibilities for administrative matters. The programme budget for 2020 totalled $2.87 billion. To put this in perspective, this equates approximately to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Timor-Leste, or the GDP for the Seychelles and The Gambia combined.