Niger: Partnering with the UN to help countries transition from conflict to peace

A Malian child receives a free consultation at a medical clinic in Gao run by the Nigerien contingent of the UN mission in the country, known by its French acronym, MINUSMA.
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A Malian child receives a free consultation at a medical clinic in Gao run by the Nigerien contingent of the UN mission in the country, known by its French acronym, MINUSMA.
A medic from MINUSMA’s Nigerien contingent provides free medical care in Gao.
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UN peacekeepers from Niger stand at attention at the Niger Battalion Base in Ansongo, in eastern Mali, in February 2015.
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Brigadier General Christian Thiebault (right), MINUSMA Force Chief of Staff, looks at a map along with two officers from the Niger Battalion during a military operation in Ansongo, in eastern Mali, in February 2015.
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In May 2018, a UN team led by human rights officers travelled to the Menaka region in northern Mali to investigate armed attacks, in which at least 47 people were killed. Armored Personnel Carriers (APCs) of the Niger Contingent serving with MINUSMA are s
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In places like Mali, UN peacekeepers protect civilians against attacks and support the delivery of crucial humanitarian assistance. A peacekeeper with the Nigerien contingent during a visit to Menaka, in eastern Mali, in February 2015.
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A MINUSMA peacekeeper from Niger catches up on reading during some downtime in Menaka, in eastern Mali, in February 2015.
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Mamadou Youba Diallo, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research of Niger, lays a wreath on a casket of a fallen peacekeeper at the memorial ceremony for seven Nigerien peacekeepers killed in Côte d'Ivoire in June 2012.
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