Progress report on peacebuilding in Liberia
A second progress report on peacebuilding in Liberia (PBC/7/LBR/1) has been issued today.
The present report, which reviews progress in the implementation of the
outcome document (PBC/6/LBR/2) and the priorities identified in it, covers the period from 1 August 2011 to 30 September 2012, and focuses on the main advancements and challenges that emerged during that period. Efforts to fulfill the commitments contained in the statement of mutual commitments on peacebuilding in Liberia (PBC/4/LBR/2) slowed during the presidential and legislative election process, and the subsequent formation of a new Government. However, during the first six months of 2012, there was a new focus in the efforts made by the Government of Liberia, in collaboration with civil society and the United Nations, to make consolidated progress in implementing the commitments.
Non UN Resources:
- Security Council Report: Liberia
- What’s in Blue: Insights on Peacebuilding
Photo: Justice and Peace Hub under Construction in Gbarnga, Liberia. 13 April 2012. UN Photo/Staton Winter.
Security Council - Situation in Liberia
Monday 17th September 2012:
A historical list of the meeting records.
What’s in Blue (Insights on the work of the Security Council)
Financing of the United Nations Mission in Liberia-Budget
The Secretary General has issued his report, A/66/691, on the Budget for the United Nations Mission in Liberia for the period from 1 July 2012 to 30 June 2013. The present report contains the budget for the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) which amounts to $502,224,000, exclusive of budgeted voluntary contributions in kind in the amount of $52,800.
The budget provides for the deployment of 7,940 military personnel, including 7,807 military contingent personnel and 133 military observers, 1,375 police personnel, including 498 United Nations police officers, 845 formed police personnel and 32 Government-provided personnel; 515 international and 1,065 national staff, inclusive of 70 National Professional Officers, as well as 2 international and 1 national General Service general temporary assistance positions and 237 United Nations Volunteers.
- Budget and budget performance of the United Nations Mission in Liberia: Report of the Secretary-General
- Financing of the United Nations Mission in Liberia- Reports of the 5th Committee
- Financial performance United Nations Mission in Liberia- Reports of the ACABQ
Security Council - Liberia
Today the Security Council will meet to discuss the Twenty-third progress report of the Secretary-General on the United Nations Mission in Liberia (S/2011/497).
- Secretary-General’s reports on UN Mission in Liberia
- Secretary-General’s reports and letters on Liberia
- Documents on budget
- Security Council resolutions
- Security Council presidential statements
- Security Council meeting records
- Website of the UN Mission in Liberia
- Member States on the Record - Liberia
- What’s in Blue - Liberia
* UN Photo/Mark Garten