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- Sudan: Floods - Jul 2014
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Following are UN Deputy Secretary‑General Amina J. Mohammed’s remarks, as prepared for delivery, on the Transition from Peacekeeping to Peacebuilding and Development in Darfur in New York, today:
I am pleased to join you today in solidarity with the people of Darfur and their aspirations for peace. Today’s Darfur looks very different from the Darfur of ten years ago when the African Union and United Nations deployed our joint peacekeeping mission.
Au moins 71 membres du personnel des Nations Unies et du personnel associé -53 Casques bleus et 18 civils, dont 2 policiers et 15 contractuels- ont été tués en 2017 dans l’exercice de leurs fonctions, selon le Comité permanent sur la sécurité et l’indépendance du Syndicat du personnel des Nations Unies. Il s’agit du nombre de victimes le plus élevé jamais enregistré par le Comité sur une année. Au cours des cinq dernières années, au moins 310 membres du personnel des Nations Unies ont trouvé la mort dans des attaques délibérées.
Year’s Fatalities Highest Number Ever Recorded by United Nations Staff Union
At least 71 United Nations and associated personnel — 53 peacekeepers and 18 civilians, including 2 police personnel and 15 contractors — were killed in malicious attacks in the line of duty during 2017, according to the Standing Committee for the Security and Independence of the International Civil Service of the United Nations Staff Union. The casualties in 2017 are the highest number ever recorded by the Committee.
Following are Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed’s remarks as prepared for delivery at the Security Council open debate on United Nations peacekeeping operations, in New York today:
I thank the Security Council and the Egyptian Presidency for this timely reflection on the contribution of United Nations peacekeeping operations to global efforts to sustain peace.
N’Djamena, 1 juin 2017 – Le Système des Nations Unies, l'Institut International de la Paix (IPI) et le Département fédéral des affaires étrangères de la Confédération suisse (DFAE), ont organisé une rencontre de haut niveau sur le thème : « Investir dans la Paix et la Prévention de la Violence au Sahel-Sahara ».
In this issue
- UNICEF hands over school
- UNESCO scales up women literacy
- FAO and the Government of South Sudan triple capacity of livestock cold chain
- IOM opens a new clinic in Malakal POC site
- US Ambassador visits Ajuong Thok camp with UNHCR as flow of Nuba refugees continues
- South Sudan launches master plan for Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs)
• Joint efforts score some victories in responding to cholera outbreak in South Sudan
• WFP, governments of Sudan and South Sudan continue cooperation in moving food assistance to South Sudan
• UNMISS hands over court building to Greater Kapoeta
• FAO works side-by-side with community-based animal health workers to improve livestock health
• Bentiu IDP community watch group learn to reduce crime
• Refugees in Maban receive land and seeds
On 1 February 2015, the United Nations (UN)–African Union (AU) Joint Task Force (JTF) on Peace and Security held its 10th consultative meeting at the AU Headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on the margins of the 24th Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the Union. The AU Commission and the UN Secretariat were represented respectively by Commissioners Smail Chergui (Peace and Security) and Aisha Abdullahi (Political Affairs) and the Under-Secretaries-General Jeffrey Feltman (Political Affairs), Hervé Ladsous (Peacekeeping Operations), and Haile Menkerios, UN Office to the AU.
UN Secretary-General, WBG and IsDBG Presidents, and other Agency Heads Visit Region to Link Peace Efforts with Economic Progress
Following are UN Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson’s remarks, as prepared for delivery, at the high-level debate “Health Care and Violence: the Need for Effective Prevention”, in New York today:
I thank the President of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), my good friend and colleague Peter Maurer, for organizing this important high-level debate. And I thank all of you for being here during this busy week at the United Nations.
Following are UN Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson’s remarks at a High-Level Review on Sanctions, in New York today:
At least 26 United Nations personnel — 9 civilians and 17 peacekeepers, 2 of them police officers — were killed in the line of duty during 2012, the United Nations Staff Union said today. One consultant and four helicopter crew members working for the Organization also lost their lives.
Following is a transcript of UN Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson’s press conference held in New York, 2 October:
Following is UN Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson’s address to the nineteenth Summit of the African Union, in Addis Ababa on 15 July:
Thank you for inviting and welcoming me to this important Summit of the African Union.
I take up my new post as Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations in the footsteps of a very distinguished African, Her Excellency Asha-Rose Migiro, who left a sterling record of service to the world Organization. I want to build on her legacy.
(Adapté de l’anglais)
En 2011, 35 membres du personnel de l’ONU, dont 25 civils, 9 Casques bleus et un officier militaire ont perdu la vie dans l’exercice de leurs fonctions, indique le Comité permanent sur la sécurité et l’indépendance de la fonction publique internationale*. Quatre gardes de sécurité qui travaillaient pour l’ONU ont également été tués.
Thirty-five United Nations personnel — 25 civilians, nine peacekeepers and a military adviser — were killed in 2011, according to the Staff Union Committee for the Security and Independence of the International Civil Service. Four security guards working for the Organization were also killed.
(New York – 7 September 2011) Francis Deng, Special Adviser of the SecretaryGeneral on the Prevention of Genocide, and Edward Luck, Special Adviser of the Secretary-General on the Responsibility to Protect, are gravely concerned at reports of continued attacks on civilian populations in Southern Kordofan, Sudan, and have called for their immediate cessation.
Following is UN Deputy Secretary-General Asha-Rose Migiro’s address to the seventeenth African Union Summit in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, on 30 June:
I am pleased to be with you here today in this beautiful and welcoming city of Malabo. Allow me at the outset to thank President [Teodoro] Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, the Government and the people of Equatorial Guinea for their generous hospitality. I congratulate you, Mr. President, for your leadership of the African Union and for hosting this important Summit meeting.
The Staff Union and its Committee on the Security and Independence of the International Civil Service deplores the recent deliberate intimidatory actions directed at the United Nations staff by the Governments of the Sudan and Cambodia. Such actions represent a breach of the independence of the international civil service and undermine the ability of the United Nations to carry out its mission. This growing trend also undermines the fundamental principle that allows the Organization and its staff to operate.
(New York - 16 March 2011) Francis Deng, Special Adviser of the Secretary-General on the Prevention of Genocide, and Edward Luck, Special Adviser of the Secretary-General on the Responsibility to Protect, have expressed grave concern at the increase of tensions in Abyei, where recent violence between the Missireya Arabs and the Ngok-Dinka ethnic groups and their allies has left more than 100 people dead and caused the . displacement of at least 20,000 residents, many of whom had only recently returned from the North.