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Member States contributing to peace

On the occasion of the 2012 General Assembly’s General Debate, we highlighted the difference made to the lives of the people we are serving in countries all over the world through the contribution of Member States. Each of the images below tells an individual story, click to find out more. To reset the wall, click "show all".

In this video, a policewoman from Côte d'Ivoire explains the role of UN Police in Haiti as part of our mission MINUSTAH.
Indian vets and doctors with our mission in South Sudan hold a consultation day for farmers in Jonglei, treating people and animals.
Police from Burkina Faso, Mali, Côte d'Ivoire and the United States  all work together as part of our mission MINUSTAH.
Nepalese peacekeepers in our mission in Lebanon.
Over two hundred and fifty people participated in an awareness day on empowering rural women organized by our mission in DR Congo and the Youth Parliament of Ecuador.
In this video from our former mission in Syria, UNSMIS, narrated by the Norwegian head of the mission, General Robert Mood, we find out the challenges and objectives of the mission and emphasise the importance of engaging with the people to build trust and confidence.
In Western Sahara, unexploded mines still pose a huge problem for the people living there.
The human rights team in our mission in South Sudan taught a sensitisation course for police and prison officers in Upper Nile State.
In Haiti, the Indonesian Engineering Battalion rebuilt a road in Arbonite.
In North Darfur, the AU-UN mission partnered with an NGO to teach new skills to young people affected by violence.
185 ex combatants laying down arms voluntarily as part of a UNOCI arms collection operation.
Jordanian medical professionals working as part of our mission in Liberia provide medical treatment and meals to local children.
Our civil affairs team, alongside Italian soldiers from our mission in Lebanon, organised a water awareness festival.
Transitional justice workshop, organized by Human Rights Division of UNOCI working with 30 national NGOs on reconciliation and transitional justice.
In Cyprus, our mission supported basketball games organised by a non-profit organization for Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot children who rarely play together.
Our mission in Darfur partnered with the NGO El Bagayat  to enhance the library in El Fasher.
Engineers from the Japanese contingent working as part of our mission in Haiti, rebuilt a school in Croix-des-Bouquets destroyed by the earthquake.
The UN mission in Afghanistan, UNAMA, organised a conference in southeastern Paktya province attended by hundreds of young people where they were encouraged to contribute to Afghanistan's development and promotion of peace and human rights.
Our mission in Timor-Leste assisted with the recent elections in the country.
In North Kivu, Indian peacekeepers working as part of our mission MONUSCO set up a weekly course program for youngsters in villages located within their area of responsibility, thereby enabling young people to acquire professional skills and basic civic education.
Soldiers from Pakistan in our mission in Liberia, UNMIL built a children's playgrond in Voinjama, Lofa County as a parting gift to the local community as they ended their tour of duty in Liberia.
The hospital of the South Korean military, part of our mission in Haiti, provided free medical care to people living in Léogâne, south west Haiti.
Peacekeepers from Rwanda with the UN-AU mission in Darfur built ten new classrooms in three schools earlier this year.
Peacekeepers from Brazil working with  the Community Violence Section of our mission in Haiti, MINUSTAH, and a NGO held a day of sports and educational activities for 300 school children from the Cite Soleil area of Port-au-Prince.
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