IPI Peacekeeping Database Graphs
Welcome to the PPP Peacekeeping Database Graphs page. Here you will find graphs generated based on data in the PPP database. There are two main topics- financial contributions and troop contributions.
The graphs are arranged by topic below. You can click on the title for more information and the thumbnail to view them full size.
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Number of Active Years
Number of years the 16 current UN peacekeeping operations have been active
This graphs shows the extreme differences in length of UN peacekeeping operations. Length of missions is becoming of extreme relevance as 2017 sees the draw-down of three UN peacekeeping operations- Haiti, Liberia and Cote d’Ivoire. It is also the year of mission evaluation where long time missions such as Kosovo and Cyprus may see some changes as the UN re-considers the issue of exit strategies.
United Nations Peacekeeping Financial Contributions by the P5 (% of total) (January 1990 – March 2016)
This graphic shows the financial contributions of the P5 as percentages from January 1994 – December 2016. Notably, , the USA, contributes vastly more than any other member of the P5
United Nations Peacekeeping Personnel Contributions by the P5 (January 1994- March 2017)
This graphic shows the troop contributions of the P5 to UN Peacekeeping Misisons, specifically troops, police and experts. Notably. the USA is one of the lowest troop contributors.
Number of Uniformed UN Peacekeeping Contributions by Region (January 1990 – March 2017)
This graphic shows the number of Uniformed UN Peacekeeping Contributions by Region between January 1990 – March 2017. The central regions are Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, Oceania and South America.
Number of Troops Contributing Countries by Region
This graph shows the number of troops contributing countries by region between 1990 and 2016. The regions are Africa, Asia, Europe, South America, North America and Oceania.