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MONUSCO / United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Democratic Republic of Congo (Africa)

Mission from 2010 to 2020


Mission classified as MAX

Export Data Sheet
Added in 2010
5 minimalist tasks
  • min01 co-ordination of donors, partners, and UN agencies
  • min03 demining
  • min05 good offices and mediation
  • min07 OMR military
  • min09 refugee / IDP assistance
10 moderate tasks
  • mod01 conflict assessment and early warning
  • mod02 DDR
  • mod03 electoral assistance
  • mod05 information campaigns
  • mod06 monitoring / investigating IHL/IHRL violations
  • mod07 recovery, rehabilitation, and reconstruction
  • mod08 support to international criminal justice
  • mod09 POC children
  • mod10 POC conflict-related sexual violence
  • mod11 POC general
13 maximalist tasks
  • max01 civil society capacity building
  • max02 dialogue and reconciliation (local)
  • max06 good governance
  • max07 human rights promotion
  • max09 promotion of independent media
  • max10 ROL judicial reform
  • max11 ROL legal reform
  • max12 ROL penal system reform
  • max13 sexual and gender-based violence
  • max14 SSR military
  • max15 SSR police
  • max16 support to permanent state institutions
  • max17 transitional justice
1 ocat task
  • ocat01 use of force
Added in 2011
1 maximalist task
  • max18 women's rights and participation
Added in 2020
1 minimalist task
  • min11 secure environment for delivery of aid

The UNPMM is a database that codes the mandate tasks of all UN peace missions, including peacekeeping missions, special political missions, and special envoys/advisors, between 1991 and 2020.

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