Brazil’s enduring contribution to UN peacekeeping

Brazilian Peacekeepers patrol Ciité Soleil,the poorest and more dangerous slum in Port au Prince, Haiti.  17 February 2010.
UN Photo/Pasqual Gorriz
Brazilian Peacekeepers patrol Ciité Soleil,the poorest and more dangerous slum in Port au Prince, Haiti. 17 February 2010.
Brazilian soldiers, part of the UN Emergency Force in Gaza, are seen here keeping a watch on the Armistice Demarcation Line, at the southernmost portion of the Gaza strip.
UN Photo/Yutaka Nagata
Peacekeepers of the United Nations Angola Verification Mission III (UNAVEM III) Brazilian battalion on welcome parade during the visit of Secretary-General Kofi Annan.  25 March 1997.
UN Photo/Milton Grant
Brazilian peacekeepers in the neighborhood of Ciité Soleil, Haiti.  14 December 2004.
MINUSTAH
Members of the Brazilian battalion of the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) teach a group of local children proper dental care.
UN Photo/Marco Dormino
Brazilian United Nations peacekeepers distribute tarps and tents in down town Port au Prince Haiti.
MINUSTAH/Logan Abassi
Brazilian peacekeepers of UNIFIL Maritime Task Force watching the opening match of the 2014 Brazil World Cup on board of the MTF’s flagship “Liberal” docked at Beirut Port. June 12, 2014.
UN Photo/Pasqual Gorriz
At MINUSTAH's Argentinian Military Hospital, a Memorial Ceremony is held in honor of the life of the late Force Commander, Lt. Gen. Urano Teixeira da Matta Bacellar, before his body is sent back to Brazil for burial.
UN Photo/Sophia Paris