Views from the AU
The growth in contributions from African countries has been dramatic, increasing from little over 10,000 uniformed personnel per annum in 2003 to 35,000 uniformed per annum in 2013.
Press Release of the 532nd meeting of the AU Peace and Security Council on the Report of the High-Level Independent Panel on United Nations Peace Operations (HIPPO): “Uniting our Strengths for Peace, Politics, Partnerships and People”.
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