The United Nations will pull its peacekeepers out of Haiti after 13 years in the country. We're looking at the UN's legacy there, a legacy seen by many as, at best, questionable.
Mission Accomplished?: Is Haiti destined to be poor forever
The UN peacekeeping mission in Haiti will come to an on Sunday. Many things have changed in Haiti in the 13 years the UN has been there, but what hasn't is the standard of living of most Haitians. In the last part of our week long series, our Latin America correspondent Anelise Borges reports on whether Haiti is destined to be poor forever.
UN Leaves Haiti: 13-year peacekeeping mission ends on Sunday
Sunday marks the end of one of the United Nations longest-running peacekeeping operations. The UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti is winding down after 13 years. In its place, a smaller police mission will help train Haitian security forces. TRT World's Latin America correspondent Anelise Borges reports.
UN in Haiti: Mission accomplished?
On October 15th, one of the UN’s most important peacekeeping missions came to an end. MINUSTAH, the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti, was shut down after 13 years in the country.
While the UN claims the mission was “a success”, activists believe peacekeepers did more harm than good to Haitians.
TRT World’s Anelise Borges travelled to Haiti to speak to locals about what they think MINUSTAH’s legacy will be.
Mission Accomplished?: Haiti's difficult history of natural disasters
After the departure of UN troops this weekend, Haiti will be on its own in maintaining peace and stability. For a country that's vulnerable on many levels, that will be a major challenge. The small Caribbean nation is still recovering from a devastating earthquake that claimed more than 200 thousand lives and displaced half a million. TRT World's Latin America correspondent, Anelise Borges, reports on the difficult task of rebuilding Haiti.
Mission Accomplished?: UN accused of sexual abuse in Haiti
On Sunday, the United Nations will pull its peacekeepers out of Haiti after 13 years in the country. All week here on TRT World, we're looking at the UN's legacy there, a legacy seen by many as, at best, questionable. In the third part of our special series,
Anelise Borges speaks to Sandra Honore, the head of the mission, about one of the most serious questions dogging peacekeepers in Haiti: the many accusations of sexual exploitation and abuse.
Mission Accomplished?: UN blamed for introducing cholera in Haiti
The United Nations is withdrawing its peacekeepers from Haiti after 13 years. All this week, TRT World is focusing on the UN's legacy there.
In the second part of our series, our Latin America Correspondent Anelise Borges takes a look at how a cholera epidemic claimed more than 10 thousand lives and destroyed trust between locals and peacekeepers. A warning that some viewers may find the following images disturbing.
Mission Accomplished?: UN ending 13-year peacekeeping mission
This week, one of the most important peacekeeping missions of the United Nations will come to an end in Haiti after 13 years.
Our Latin America correspondent, Anelise Borges, travelled to Haiti for a series of reports about the country, and the UN's legacy there.
In the first story in the series, she looks at what has become one of the UN's most controversial peacekeeping missions.
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