TitleReport of the Secretary-General on the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti
AccessEnglish:S_2004_908-EN - PDF ; Español:S_2004_908-ES - PDF ; Français:S_2004_908-FR - PDF ; Русский:S_2004_908-RU - PDF ; العربية:S_2004_908-AR - PDF ; 中文:S_2004_908-ZH - PDF ;
DAA Reports on the progress made in the deployment of UN Stabilization Mission (MINUSTAH) and the activities of its components, and lists recommendations on whether to extend, restructure or reshape the Mission. Includes sections on the following: deployment of the mission; main developments and operational activities; preparations for disarmament, demobilization and reintegration; support for the rule of law; national dialogue and reconciliation; preparations for elections; civil affairs; humanitarian situation and development; human rights, children's rights, gender issues and HIV/AIDS; coordination and cooperation with the Organization of American States and the Caribbean Community; mission support; financial aspects; structure of the mission and observations. Includes tables listing countries providing military and civilian police contingents and a map on Haiti as of Nov. 2004.
Submitted pursuant to Security Council resolution 1542 (2004) of 30 Apr. 2004. Includes#UN map no. 4224 rev. 2: MINUSTAH deployment as of November 2004#(Nov.2004). Annexes (p. 14-15): 1. UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti: countries providing military staff and contingents (as at 8 November 2004) -- 2. UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti: countries providing civilian police officers and formed police units (as at 8 November 2004).