MINUSTAHMission des Nations Unies pour la Stabilisation en Haïti (French: United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti)
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MINUSTAH is authorized to provide technical expertise in support of Haiti's efforts to control its borders, including by establishing MINUSTAH patrols along maritime and land border areas, to curb illicit cross-border trafficking of drugs and arms as well as other illegal activities.
On that day, MINUSTAH chief Juan Gabriel Valdes left his house in Port-au-Prince at five in the morning.
PeaceWomen: How does the Secretary-General's policy language translate into the concrete day-to-date work of the MINUSTAH Gender Unit?
According to its job description, MINUSTAH also had to support the government, human rights bodies, and specialized NGOs "in their efforts to promote and protect human rights, particularly of women and children, in order to ensure individual accountability for human rights abuses and redress for victims."
Firstly, the character of a peace operation such as MINUSTAH (a mission which concentrates 80% of Brazil's peacekeepers (12)) is undemanding in terms of the professional training of the military and sophistication of the equipment used by the troops.
The core of this newly translated book is a personal narrative of Ricardo Seitenfus's tenure as Organization of American States (OAS) Special Representative to Haiti during the country's 2010 triple catastrophe: the infamous earthquake, the introduction of cholera by the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH), and a stolen presidential election.
At the exact time of the earthquake, 4:53 in the afternoon, the United Nations mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) today (12 Jan) marked the moment when the earthquake killed 102 of its workers, by laying flowers at the memorial at the UN base in Haiti, erected to commemorate the victims.