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             MINURCAT Facts and Figures




Chad and the Central African Republic



N'Djamena , Chad (Liaison Office of Bangui , the Central  African  Republic)


Forward HQ

Abéché, Chad 



September 2007 to present


Current authorization       
Established for a period of one year

 (Security Council resolution 1861 of 14 January 2009)


     Authorized strength (resolution 1861 of 14 January 2009):

     A maximum of 300 police and 25 military liaison officers, 5,200 military

     personnel, and an appropriate number of civilian personnel


     Strength as of 30 November 2008:   

     279 total uniformed personnel, including 44 military observers and 235 

     police officers supported by 307 international civilian personnel , 169

     local civilian staff and 89 United Nations Volunteers


Note: Statistics for international and local civilians are as of 31 October  2008




of Military




Austria, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, Egypt Gabon, Gambia, Ghana,Jordan, Kyrgyzstan, Mali, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Poland, Portugal Rwanda, Senegal, Spain, Uganda, Yemen, Zambia and Tunisia 




of  Police 





Argentina, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Egypt, France, Guinea, Jordan, Madagascar, Mali, Niger, Portugal, Rwanda, Senegal, Togo and Yemen




Financial Aspects

Method of financing:

Assessments in respect of a Special Account


Approved budget:

1 July 2008 - 30 June 2009: $315.08 million (A/C.5/62/30)