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AMISAfrican Union Mission in Sudan
AMISAmerican Musical Instrument Society (est. 1971)
AMISAudio Message Interface Specification
AMISAudio Messaging Interchange Specification (for enhanced messaging systems like voicemail)
AMISAmistad National Recreation Area (US National Park Service)
AMISAsociación Mexicana de Instituciones de Seguros (Mexican Insurers’ Association)
AMISAustralian Maritime Identification System
AMISAssociation for Music in International Schools
AMISAsset Management Information System
AMISAutomated Management Information System
AMISAsset Management Improvement Service (MCP Consulting and Training; UK)
AMISAvailability Management Information System
AMISAudio Message Interface Standard
AMISAgricultural Market Information System (Bulgaria)
AMISHealthy Cities Air Management Information System (World Health Organization)
AMISAcquisition Management Information System
AMISAgriculture Market Information Service (Pakistan government)
AMISArmy Management Information System
AMISAtari Message and Information System
AMISAccounting Management Information System
AMISAutomated Meteorological Information System
AMISAdvanced Management Information System
AMISAdvanced Meteorological Information System
AMISAutomated Maintenance Information System
AMISAir Movements Information Section
AMISAssignment Management Information System
AMISAudio Matrix Intercom System
AMISAirborne Measurement Instrument
AMISArmy Management Integration Subgroup
AMISApplication Modular Integrated Sensor
AMISAir Movement Identification Service
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(38.) Refugees International, "No Power to Protect: The African Union Mission in Sudan", 9 November 2005.
The UN Security Council is expected to renew the mandate of the UNAMID for the third time since 2008 where it took over from the African Union Mission in Sudan.
During its first year the mission had to reassure the Sudanese authorities who were very suspicious towards this hybrid mission and to build confidence with Darfur displaced population who had been deceived by the predominant African character of the force after three years of a weak African Union Mission in Sudan. The outgoing head of mission on Monday travelled to Nyala, south Darfur, to take leave of UNAMID personnel in Sector South, before returning to El-Fasher, later for a farewell meeting with North Darfur State Governor.
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