2006 Mandate

- To support efforts to consolidate constitutional rule, to enhance political dialogue and to promote national reconciliation and respect for the rule of law and Human Rights


- To assist in strengthening the capacity of national institutions to maintain constitutional order, to prevent and manage conflict and to consolidate peace and democracy

- To encourage and support national efforts to reform the Security Sector, including the development of stable civil-military relations, in the framework of Public Sector Reform, and to help mobilize international support for those efforts

- To encourage the Government to fully implement the UN Programme of Action on Small Arms and Light Weapons

- Within the framework of a comprehensive peace-building strategy, to work closely with the Resident Coordinator and the United Nations Country Team to mobilize international financial assistance to enable the Government to meet its financial and logistical needs, including quick-impact projects, and to implement its national reconstruction and economic and social development strategy

- To enhance cooperation and coordination with the African Union, ECOWAS, CPLP and other international partners, as well as inter-mission cooperation