Haiti bids farewell to 15 years of UN peacekeeping

UN peacekeepers conduct a patrol in the volatile neighbourhood of Bel Air in the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince  in April 2004.
MINUSTAH/Sophia Paris
UN peacekeepers conduct a patrol in the volatile neighbourhood of Bel Air in the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince in April 2004.
UN peacekeepers fly into a town to perform emergency surgery on wounded Haitian police officers.
MINUSTAH/Sophia Paris
Brazilian UN peacekeepers patrol the Cité Soleil neighbourhood in the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince in 2007.
UN Photo/Logan Abassi
United Nations police officers from Nigeria patrol a neighbourhood in the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince in April 2009
UN Photo/Marco Dormino
A community violence reduction program, supported by the UN peacekeeping mission in Haiti, employed local residents in a cash-for-work programme in 2012 building rock walls and planting vegetation in order to save arable land and prevent flooding.
MINUSTAH/Logan Abassi
A UN police officer helps an elderly woman to a polling station in the capital of Haiti, Port-au-Prince.
UN Photo/Sophia Paris
The United Nations Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) works with members of Haiti's Provisionary Electoral Council (CEP) to gather and transport voter's ballots from around Haiti to the capital, Port au Prince for tabulation.
UN Photo/Logan Abassi
A Brazilian UN peacekeeper rescues a child after parts of the capital of Haiti, Port-au-Prince were flooded during a tropical storm in 2007.
UN Photo/Marco Dormino
UN peacekeepers in Haiti look for survivors in the rubble of the mission headquarters following the earthquake which struck the Caribbean country in January 2010.
MINUSTAH/Marco Dormino
UN peacekeepers from Jordan treat a patient who was injured in the earthquake that devastated Haiti in January  2010.
UN Photo/Sophia Paris
United Nations women police officers from Bangladesh on parade in Haiti.
MINUJUSTH/Leonora Baumann
Port-au-Prince, Haiti's capital.
MINUJUSTH/Leonora Baumann