The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) was established March 2002 through the adoption Security Council resolution 1401 (2002) as support for the implementation of the Bonn Agreement. UNAMA is charged with managing all humanitarian, relief, recovery and reconstruction activities, in coordination with the Government. Additionally, the Mission is tasked with providing “political and strategic advice for the peace process, promoting international engagement in the country, assisting the government in implanting the Afghanistan Compact of 2006, and contributing to the protection and promotion of human rights.” (UNAMA)
Last Updated: 2 May 2013
20 June 2012
Report Reference: UNAMA S/2012/462
Report covers activities of the United Nations in Afghanistan, including significant humanitarian, development, and human rights efforts, since the previous report issued on 5 March 2012 (A/66/728-S/2012/133) pursuant to General Assembly resolution 2041 (2012).
5 March 2012
Report Reference: S/2012/133
Report of the Secretary General A/66/728–S/2012/133* (5 March 2012): The report is an update on the situation in Afghanistan since December 2011.