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Troop and police contributors

Our military and police personnel are first and foremost members of their own national services and are then seconded to work with the UN.

They come from nations large and small, rich and poor. They bring different cultures and experience to the job, but they are united in their determination to foster peace.

How to use this chart: You could filter the data by mission, personnel type and/or by countries. If you wish to view the data of one or multiple mission(s)/personnel type(s)/country(ies), you could deselect the all the available options (by default) by clicking on the square left to '(All)', the first option listed under all filters. Click on the option windows to collapse the dropdown menu. 

To download the data in as a spreadsheet (CSV format), click anywhere on the chart first, then click on 'download' and select 'crosstabs'. 

To download the data in as a spreadsheet (CSV format), click anywhere on the chart first, then click on 'download' and select 'crosstabs'. 

The data covers the Peacekeeping Missions and some Special Political Missions.

October 2017

the Monthly Strength Report (MSR) on the contributions of uniformed personnel (military and police) to UN peacekeeping operations and special political missions