Service and Sacrifice: Tanzania’s unwavering commitment to UN peacekeeping

UN police officers Mwamini Rwantale (Tanzania) and Nyima Barrow (Gambia) interacting with women who receive English classes in the Abu Shouk camp for internally displaced persons in North Darfur.
UN Photo/Albert González Farran
UN police officers Mwamini Rwantale (Tanzania) and Nyima Barrow (Gambia) interacting with women who receive English classes in the Abu Shouk camp for internally displaced persons in North Darfur.
A woman rides a donkey loaded with water jerry cans, while Tanzanian troops with the Joint UN-African Union mission in Sudan’s Darfur region (UNAMID) conduct a routine patrol in the camp for internally displaced persons in Khor Abeche. (30 June 2014)
UN Photo/Albert González Farran
UNAMID police officer Grace Ngassa (Tanzania) and Community Policing Volunteer Jazira Ahmad Mohammad interact with a woman in the Zam Zam camp for internally displaced persons in North Darfur.
UN Photo/Albert González Farran
UNAMID’s police component in West Darfur conducted a training session on baking Tanzanian cakes, known as mandazi, for 30 displaced women from the Abu Zar camp for internally displaced persons.
UN Photo/Muntasir Sharafdin
Tanzanian special forces establish communications with their counterpart forces during an operation in Kalima forest in Rutshuru, Democratic Republic of the Congo in December 2016.
MONUSCO Forces/FIB-TANZBATT
A ceremony in Beni, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, paying tribute to the 14 UN peacekeepers who were killed during an attack on the UN mission’s base in Semuliki.
MONUSCO/Alain Coulibaly