End of the peacekeeping mission of the United Nations peace in Sierra Leone

Sep 17, 2015

The g7 + congratulated Sierra Leone for official end-keeping mission of the United Nations peace announced by the President of Sierra Leone, HE Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma, and the Secretary General of the UN Ban Ki-moon in a Freetown event March 5. This transition is an important step in the progress of Sierra Leone fragility to resilience. The United Nations Integrated Office for Peacebuilding in Sierra Leone (UNIPSIL in English) was established fifteen years ago. The UN will continue to support Sierra Leone but by targeting the long-term development. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said that "Sierra Leone is one of the world's biggest successes in post-conflict recovery, peacekeeping and peacebuilding. "President Koroma noted that in the new relationship with the UN" We are building on a partnership for stability while advancing through our actions for sustainable development, peace and democracy. "Sierra Leone is a self-designated countries to implement the New Deal. In this process, they have completed an estimate of the Fragility. Data for this evaluation were included in the national plan of Sierra Leone, the Prosperity Agenda. On 4 February 1st Mutual Accountability Framework was signed in Sierra Leone. This framework is an agreement specifying how development partners and the Government of Sierra Leone will work together, following the principles of the New Deal. In 2014, Sierra Leone will begin the New Deal land survey planning a nationwide awareness of the New Deal, New Deal has set up a forum with civil society and wants to update its assessment of fragility. LINKS