United Nations Integrated Office in Burundi (BINUB)

Bureau Intégré des Nations Unies au Burundi

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History

25 Oct 2006, within United Nations (UN), by United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolution 1719 (2006), as a successor to United Nations Operation in Burundi (ONUB), which completed its mandate 31 Dec 2006. Mandate extended by resolution 1791 (2007), 19 Dec 2007, until 31 Dec 2008; extension renewed until 31 Dec 2009; extended by resolution 1902 (17 Dec 2009) until 31 dec 2010. UN Secretary-General proposed in report dated 30 Nov 2010 that BINUB be succeeded in Jan 2011 by the United Nations Office in Burundi (BNUB) for an initial period of one year. On 20 Dec 2011, UN Security Council Resolution 2027 was unanimously adopted, after recalling resolutions 1719 (2006), 1791 (2007), 1858 (2008) and 1902 (2009) and 1959 (2010). It mandated that the BNUB will continue its support for the Government of Burundi in the areas of socio-economic development, reintegrating conflict-affected populations and deepening the country's regional integration. On 13 Feb 2013, unanimously adopting resolution 2090 (2013), the Council extended BNUB until 15 February 2014. Security Council mandate completed 31 Dec 2014, and responsibilities transferred to UN Country Team, based on UN Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF). Succeeded by United Nations Electoral Observation Mission in Burundi (MENUB), officially started 1 Jan 2015, as mandated by Security Council Resolution 2137 (2014).

Aims

Assist Burundian Government efforts towards peace and stability, through coherent and coordinated response of the UN system in Burundi; promote and protect women's rights and ensure gender mainstreaming in keeping with UN Resolution 1325 (2000).

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Relations with 1 inter-governmental organizations.
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Subjects *

  • International Relations
    • United Nations

UIA Org ID

J1020

Last News Received

16. Dec 2013
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