Plan launched 2011
1. Prevention: Physical, mental and economic security, as well as women's mental health, respect for their rights against gender-based violence
2. Participation: The integration of women and consideration of women's interests in decision-making in conflict prevention, management, and resolution
3. Relief and recovery: Realising the specific needs of women in times of conflict, but also in the post-conflict period.
Senegal is known for adhering to the human rights of its population, and professionalism in the security sector.
Civil society helped to develop the Sengalese NAP, and will be part of the Steering Committee to help monitor its implementation.
Women in Peacekeeping
Monitoring the number of women in peace missions and roles in UN field-based operations and peace building operations.
UN Peacekeeping Statistics
Police Officers: 113 out of 1253 Experts on Mission: 0 out of 2 Troops: 40 out of 1,356
Staff Officers: 2 out of 40
1. Senegal NAP 2. UN - Peacekeeping Contributions