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United Nations Integrated Office in Haiti 

Authorization date: 06/19

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Haiti paralyzed by fifth day of protests against president (11.02.2019)

Protesters are demanding President Jovenel Moise resign for failing to tackle corruption. The rallies have become increasingly violent in recent days.

Mission in transition: planning for the end of UN peacekeeping in Haiti (26.12.2018)

The process of reconfiguring, closing, and handing over responsibilities to a UN country team or host-state institutions is a crucial—and challenging—part of the life cycle of a UN peacekeeping mission. … This paper focuses on the two most recent peacekeeping transitions in Haiti: one from the UN...

‘Laden with challenges’ but also hope, Mission chief tells Security Council (12.12.2018)

Triggered by violent demonstrations and numerous allegations of government mismanagement of public funds, and “worrying episodes” of violence in some Port-au-Prince neighbourhoods, Special Representative Helen La Lime said that although progress has been slow, the UN Mission for Justice Support in...

Haitians furious at their government protest in a week of unrest (23.11.2018)

Thousands of Haitians took to the streets of Port-au-Prince on Friday in the latest display of public fury at the government over rampant corruption, economic malaise and other grievances.

Haitian President calls for essential development aid as UN mission shifts away from peacekeeping (27.09.2018)

Haitian President Jovenel Moïse on Thursday called on the international community to provide the necessary development aid as the Caribbean island nation prepares for the transition nest year of the United Nations mission to a non-peacekeeping presence in the country.