UNAMID Facts and Figures

As of November 2019

Location: Darfur, Sudan
Headquarters: Zalingei, Central Darfur
Duration: 31 December 2007 to present
Current Mandate: Authorized until 30 October 2020 by Security Council resolution 2495  (2019)










Mission Leadership





Jeremiah Mamabolo (South Africa )
Joint Special Representative



 Anita Gbeho (Ghana )

Deputy Joint Special Representative









Lieutenant General Leonard  Ngondi (Kenya)

 Force Commander


Sultan Temuri (Pakistan)

 Acting Police Commissioner


Authorized Strength

4, 050 military personnel and 2, 500 police advisers and formed police units (By end of June 2019).

Current Deployment

 4,355 military personnel, 582 police advisers, 1640 formed police unit officers, 522 international civilian staff, 65 United Nations volunteers, and 946 national civilian staff.

Mission Hostile Fatalities Since Inception

64 peacekeepers (51military and 13 police).

Troop contributing countries:  Ethiopia, Rwanda, Pakistan, Egypt, Tanzania, China, Gambia and Kenya.

Other contributors of military personnel:  Ecuador, Germany, Ghana, Iran, Jordan, South Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Namibia, Peru, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Thailand, Togo, Zambia, Bhutan, Cambodia, Malawi, Magnolia, Zimbabwe, Indonesia, Nepal, Bangladesh, Nigeria and Senegal.

Contributors of police personnelJordan, Malawi, Rwanda, Namibia, Tunisia, Nepal, South Africa, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Bangladesh, Zambia, Burkina Faso, Cameron, Egypt, Ethiopia, Gambia, Germany, Djibouti, Indonesia, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Madagascar, Togo, Brazil, Nigeria, Pakistan, Senegal, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Bhutan, Fiji, Magnolia, Turkey, Tajikistan, Philippines, Samoa and Thailand.