The Story of UNMIL

This book is dedicated, first and foremost, to the people of Liberia, whose resilience and determination have lifted their country
from the ashes of war to attain 14 years of peace.

It is also dedicated to all United Nations personnel who have worked in Liberia since 2003, and those colleagues who lost their lives
while serving with UNMIL--all of whom made invaluable sacrifices, leaving behind their families and loved ones to help consolidate
and support the peace that Liberians enjoy today.

An UNMIL helicopter arrives to deliver ballots for the Liberian Presidential Elections.Photo: Staton Winter | UNMIL | 30 Sep 11

Counselor Yvette Chesson-Wureh, Coordinator of the Angie Brooks International Centre (ABIC) and the Women Situation Room (WSR), at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Monrovia. Photo: Albert G. Farran | UNMIL | 17 Jan 18

Local residents and Members stand outside the Magistrates Court in Clay Ashland, Montserrado County at its opening ceremony. Photo: Staton Winter | UNMIL | 20 Jul 07

A Liberian Women’s Peace Group member performs during celebrations for the 10th Anniversary of the peace agreement at the Centennial Pavilion in Monrovia. Photo: Staton Winter | UNMIL | 19 Aug 13

Members of the Women in Peacebuilding Network (WIPNET), carry placards with messages of peace and non-violence during the electoral period. Photo: Emmanuel Tobey | UNMIL | 18 Oct 11

A convoy of UNMIL vehicles travelling the roads in Bopolu,Gbarpolu County during the rainy season. Photo: UNMIL | 25 Sep 07