The public and private infrastructure is often destroyed, production and trade are limited, businesses have not yet reopened, international companies have not yet returned, workers have been victims of the conflict, are displaced or have left the country, skills are scarce, social and economic capital is limited, and the economy depends heavily on humanitarian and development assistance. Excessively high defence expenditure, during- and at times after- the conflict can also lead to challenging economic conditions
UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations - Division of Policy Evaluation and Training
Policy Evaluation and Training (PET) Division provides an integrated capacity to develop and disseminate policy and doctrine; to develop, coordinate and deliver standardized training; to evaluate mission progress towards mandate implementation; and to develop policies and operational frameworks for strategic cooperation with various UN and external partners.
UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations - Office of Military Affairs
Office of Military Affairs (OMA) works to deploy the most appropriate military capability in support of United Nations objectives; and to enhance performance and improve the efficiency and the effectiveness of military components in United Nations Peacekeeping missions.
UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations - Office of the Rule of Law and Security Institutions
Office of the Rule of Law and Security Institutions (OROLSI) was established in 2007 to strengthen the links and coordinate the Department’s activities in the areas of police, justice and corrections, mine action, the disarmament, demobilization and reintegration of ex-combatants and security sector reform.
UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations - Office of Operations
The main role of the Office of Operations is to provide political and strategic policy and operational guidance and support to the missions.