Peacekeepers serving under the UN flag work in difficult and dangerous environments, risking their lives to protect some of the world’s most vulnerable people.
Since 1948, more than a million women and men have served as UN peacekeepers. Every day, they make a tangible difference in the lives of millions of the world’s most vulnerable people, and every day they save lives. In places like the Central African Republic and South Sudan, our peacekeepers protect civilians against violent attacks and support the delivery of crucial humanitarian assistance. Lear more : Service and Sacrifice
Pakistan: One of the longest-serving and largest contributors to UN peacekeeping
Pakistan has a long history with UN peacekeeping, having been one of the largest contributors of troops and police for decades. Read the UN News article