The Little Peacekeeper is visiting Kinshasa briefly before moving to this next adventure. You can see him look out of the office over the busy streets.
The stay in Ghana was a really short stay so the Little Peacekeeper is saying farewell for now and moves to his next adventure.
The Little Peacekeeper is currently in Ghana where he celebrated the International Day of Peace (http://www.un.org/en/events/peaceday/) in the Kofi Annan Peacekeeping Centre.
Just before leaving Haiti, the Little Peacekeeper enjoys a last game of foosball with the locals. What do you think – where will he be next?
The Little Peacekeeper is deeply saddened to hear about the attack on the UN House in Nigeria.
While still being in Haiti – you can see the Little Peacekeeper is having an eye on the aircraft in the background – the Little Peacekeeper is honoring all humanitarian aid workers on World Humanitarian Day 2011 today. For the official WHD 2011 website have a look at OCHA online site: http://ochaonline.un.org/whd/
After being in the mountains, the Little Peacekeeper is back hard at work. He makes his rounds in the Aviation Section and on the tarmac to ensure safe operations. You can see the Little Peacekeeper manning the fire extinguisher and keeping an eye on the aircraft in the background.
Of course the Little Peacekeeper can rely on his great friends in the fire crew who show him their work:
On today’s picture you can see the Little Peacekeeper checking the spare tire of his car. He is ensuring a smooth drive between Port-au-Prince and the mountains. Safety first!
The Little Peacekeeper is back in Haiti. On the picture you can see him soaking up some sun on his balcony in Petion-Ville. He is very relieved that storm Emily turned out to be nothing more than a few drops of rain. Now he can work on his tan before reporting back to the office the next day.
It has been a strenuous couple of weeks of work in Cote d’Ivoire for the Little Peacekeeper. At the end of his mission, he managed to go the Grand Bassam outside of Abidjan and relax for a day. He met lots of nice people too, like Mamadou, the kind bartender:
Or Esther, the beautiful seller of pareos:
And of course he became friends with TraorÃ© (alias Manitou) a true master craftsman and performer extraordinaire: