The AU PSC is the AU’s organ in charge of decision-making in relation with prevention, management and resolution of conflicts. It is the main pillar of the African Peace and Security Architecture (APSA), the framework established for promoting peace, security and stability in the continent.

Founding InstrumentProtocol Relating to the Establishment of the Peace and Security CouncilOther Key Instruments AU Constitutive Act (Art.5(2))Draft Rules of Procedure of the Peace and Security Council of the AUAddress:- AUC Compound, Roosevelt Street (Old Airport Area), W21K19, PO Box 3243, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia- Website: Email: [email protected]- Tel: +251 11 5513 822- Fax: +251 11 5519 321


The AUC is the African Union (AU)’s secretariat whose main functions include among others, representing the AU and defending its interests under the guidance of and as mandated by the Assembly and Executive Council, acting as the custodian of the AU Constitutive Act and all other OAU/AU legal instruments, managing the budget and resources of the AU and providing operational support for all AU organs.

Founding InstrumentAU Constitutive Act (Art.3)Address:- Roosevelt Street (Old Airport Area) W21K19, PO Box 3243, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia- Website: Tel: +251 11 551 77 00- Fax: +251 11 551 78 44



The ACmHPR is the main organ in charge of overseeing the implementation and interpret the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (Banjul Charter). The ACmHPR is charged with ensuring the promotion and protection of human rights in Africa as well as the interpretation of the Banjul Charter.


The ACtHPR is a judicial organ established with the purpose of complimenting and reinforcing the functions of the ACmHPR. Whereas the ACmHPR is only mandated to make recommendations, the ACtHPR has the mandate to make binding decisions over all issues submitted to it.

3. African Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of the Child (ACERWC)

ACERWC is the principal organ of the AU mandated with overseeing the implementation and interpreting the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child (ACRWC). The ACERWC mainly functions to ensure protection and promotion of all rights enshrined under the ACRWC.

4. AU Commission on International Law (AUCIL)

The AUCIL is an advisory organ of the AU whose main objectives include undertaking activities related to codification and progressive development of international law in Africa, assisting in the revision of existing treaties and conducting studies on legal issues which are of interest to AU Member States.

Founding InstrumentStatutes of the African Union Commission on International LawOther Key Instruments AU Constitutive Act (Art.5(2))Address:- Office of the AUC Legal Counsel PO Box 3243, Roosevelt Street (Old Airport Area), W21K19, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia- Website- Tel: : +251 11 518 2308- Fax: +251 11 551 7844

5. AU Advisory Board on Corruption (AUABC)

Established in 2009, the AUABC is an organ with the mandate of promoting and encouraging State Parties to the Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption, to adopt measures and actions aimed at preventing, detecting, punishing and eradicating corruption and related offences in Africa.

Founding InstrumentAfrican Union Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption Address:- Arusha International Conference Centre (AICC) Serengeti Wings, 3rd and 7th Floors East Africa Road, Sekei, PO Box 6071, Arusha, Tanzania- Website: Facebook- Email: : [email protected] or [email protected]- Tel: +255 (0) 27 205 0030- Fax: +255 (0) 27 205 0031

Pan-African Parliament (PAP)

The PAP was established with the basic purpose of ensuring that all African people fully participate in the continent’s development and economic integration. It is meant to serve as a platform for all African States and their people to actively take part in discussions and decision-making on challenges the continent is facing.

African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD)

The AUDA-NEPAD, previously the NEPAD Planning and Coordination Agency, was established in 2018 as part of the global reforms aimed at improving AU’s impact and operational efficiency. The newly formed AUDA-NEPAD is mainly mandated with the promotion of regional integration for the speedy realisation of Agenda 2063 and the serving as Africa’s technical interface with all development partners and stakeholders.

Founding Instrument- Statute and Rules of Procedure of the African Union Development Agency-NEPADOther Key Instruments - Assembly/AU/Dec.691(XXXI)- 2019 Annual ReportAddress:- Physical Location: Physical Location: 230 15th Road, Midrand, South Africa- Website: - Facebook- Email: : [email protected]- Tel: +27 11 256 3600

Economic, Social and Cultural Council (ECOSOCC)

The ECOSOCC is a mechanism aimed at serving as a platform for African Civil Society (CSOs) to make contributions to policies and programmes of the AU. The Council serves a consultative and advisory role to the AU and envisages an inclusive development for Africa which emanate from active engagement of African citizens on cultural and socio-economic issues.

Founding Instrument- Statutes of the Economic, Social and Cultural Council of the African Union Other Key Instruments - Rules of Procedure of the Economic, Social and Cultural Council of the African Union - AU Constitutive ActAddress:- Physical Location: AUC Compound, Roosevelt Street (Old Airport Area), W21K19, PO Box 3243, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia- Website: Facebook- Email: [email protected]- Tel: +251 (0) 11 518 2152

African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM)

The APRM is a voluntary arrangement among AU Member States for self-monitoring and assessment of governance at the level of Heads of States. Its main purpose is the promotion of political stability and the improvement of governance dynamics at the local, national and continental levels. The APRM also functions as an early warning tool for conflict prevention in Africa and plays monitoring and evaluation role for the AU Agenda 2063 and UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Founding Instrument- Assembly/AU/Dec.527(XXIII)Address:- Physical Location: No. 230, 15th Road Randjespark Halfway House, Midrand, Johannesburg, South Africa- Website: Facebook- Email: [email protected]- Tel: +27 (0) 11 256 3400/3401- Fax: +27 (0) 11 256 3456

African Continental Free Trade Area Secretariat

The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) was established in 2018 with the basic aim of accelerating growth of intra-Africa trade and to use trade as an engine of growth and development in Africa. Some of the basic objectives of AfCFTA include: strengthening Africa’s economic and commercial diplomacy, development of regional value chains which could in turn stimulate production, strengthening agricultural processing and manufacturing sectors are stimulated enough to supply the market, and strengthening the capacities of African companies so that they can access and supply the world market.

Founding Instrument- Agreement Establishing the African Continental Free Trade AreaAddress:- Physical Location: Accra, Ghana


RECs are regionally instituted bodies whose main purpose is facilitating the economic integration among States within individual regions and through the wider African Economic Community (AEC). RECs are also increasingly observed for their involvement in coordinating AU Member States’ interests in issues relating to security, development and governance.

1. Arab Maghreb Union (AMU)

Composed of five Member States namely, Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia, the UMA is one of the African RECs established with the aim of achieving progress and prosperity as well as preserving peace, justice and equality in the concerned countries of the region.

Founding InstrumentTreaty Instituting the Arab Maghreb Union (Marrakesh Treaty)Address:- 73 Rue Tensift Agdal Rabat, Morocco- Website: Facebook- Twitter- Email: [email protected]- Tel: +212 (0) 537 681 371/72/73/74- Fax: +212 (0) 537 681 377

2. Community of Sahel-Saharan States (CEN-SAD)

The basic objectives of CEN-SAD are to promote free movement of individuals and capital, encourage foreign trade, transportation and telecommunications among Member States, and to establish a comprehensive economic union with a particular focus in the agricultural, industrial, social, cultural and energy fields. States members to CEN-SAD are Benin, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic (CAR), Chad, Comoros, Côte d’Ivoire, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Togo and Tunisia.

Founding InstrumentTreaty Establishing the Community of Sahel-Saharan StatesOther InstrumentsCooperation Agreement in the field of Security between CEN-SAD member StatesAddress:- CEN–SAD Secretariat Place d’Algérie, PO Box 4041, Tripoli, Libya- Email: [email protected]- Tel: +218 361 4832/833- Fax: +218 361 4833

3. Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS)

ECCAS is another one of the African RECs whose main objectives consist of maintaining economic stability among its members, achieving collective autonomy and raising the living standard of its population. ECCAS Member States are: Angola, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic (CAR), Chad, Congo Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Rwanda and São Tomé and Príncipe.

4. Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)

ECOWAS is a REC instituted with the purpose of enhancing economic stability in the western region, promoting cooperation and integration among its members and contributing towards the development of Africa. States members to ECOWAS are Benin, Burkina Faso, Cabo Verde, Côte d’Ivoire, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Togo.

5. South African Development Community (SADC)

SADC is comprised of 16 Member States – Angola, Botswana, Comoros, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Eswatini, Lesotho, Madagascar, South Africa, Malawi, Tanzania, Mauritius, Zambia, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Seychelles. Similar to other RECs, SADC is mainly aimed at achieving economic development, peace and security, increased regional integration, and improved living standard of the people of its region.

6. Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)

COMESA is a REC which is made up of 21 Member States namely, Burundi, Comoros, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Eswatini, Ethiopia, Kenya, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi Mauritius, Rwanda, Seychelles, Somalia, Sudan, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. COMESA’s basic purpose is to promote peace, security and stability as well as joint economic development its among Member States, in addition to creating an enabling environment for foreign, cross-border and domestic investment as to ensure sustainable growth and development of its Member States.

Founding InstrumentTreaty Establishing the Common Market for Eastern and Southern AfricaAddress:- COMESA Secretariat, COMESA Centre Ben Bella Rd, Lusaka, Zambia- Website: Facebook- Twitter : @comesa_lusaka- Email: [email protected] or [email protected]- Tel: +260 (0) 211 229 725/35- Fax: +260 (0) 211 225 107

7. East African Community (EAC)

EAC consists of six east African States: Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. The Community serves the main purpose of broadening eastern Africa’s economic, political, social and cultural integration and by doing so, improving the lives of the people of the region.

Founding InstrumentTreaty for the Establishment of the East African CommunityAddress:- East African Community Secretariat EAC Close Afrika Mashariki Road, PO Box 1096, Arusha, Tanzania- Website: Facebook- Twitter : @jumuiya- Email: [email protected]- Tel: +255 (0) 27 216 2100- Fax: +255 (0) 27 216 2190

8. Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD)

Initially formed as a means of addressing recurring droughts and other natural disasters occurring in eastern Africa, IGAD currently works toward the achievement of joint development strategies and harmonised policies among its Member States. IGAD is also aimed at ensuring sustainable development of natural resources, promoting peace, security and stability, and achieving food security in the east African region. IGAD is composed of Member States which are, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan, Somalia, Uganda and South Sudan.

Founding InstrumentAgreement Establishing the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD)Other InstrumentsProtocol on the Establishment of a Conflict Early Warning Mechanism (CEWARN) 2002Address:- IGAD Secretariat, Avenue Georges Clemenceau B.P. 2653, Djibouti, Republic of Djibouti- Website: Facebook- Twitter : @igadsecretariat- Email: [email protected]- Tel: +253 2135 4050- Fax: +253 2135 6994

1. Eastern Africa Standby Force (EASF)

One of the five regional multidimensional Forces of the African Standby Force (ASF), the EASF is an organisation with the main purpose of ensuring peace and security in the Eastern region of Africa. The mandates of the EASF include deployment peace support/stability operations as well as preventive forces and forces for rapid intervention. East African States members to the EASF are Burundi, Comoros, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Seychelles, Somalia, Sudan and Uganda.

Founding InstrumentAgreement on Establishment of the EASF Other Key Instruments Memorandum of Understanding with the AUAddress:- Westwood Park Road PO Box 1444-00502 Karen, Nairobi, Kenya- Website: Facebook- Twitter: @EASF4Peace- Email: [email protected]- Tel: +254 (0) 20 388 4720- Fax: +254 (0) 20 388 4633

2. International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR)

An intergovernmental organisation of countries in the Great Lakes region, the ICGLR is aimed at combating against political instability and conflicts in the countries of the region in order to promote and achieve sustainable peace and development. States which comprise the ICGLR are Angola, Burundi, Central African Republic, Republic of Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Republic of South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania and Zambia.

Founding InstrumentDar-Es-Salaam Declaration on Peace, Security, Democracy and Development in the Great Lakes RegionOther InstrumentsProtocol on Democracy and Good Governance Protocol for prevention of genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity and all forms of discriminationAddress:- Boulevard du Japon, No 38 B.P. 7076, Bujumbura, Burundi- Website: Twitter: @_icglr- Email: [email protected]- Tel: +257 2 225 6824/5/7/9- Fax: +257 2 225 6828

3. North African Regional Capability (NARC)

Another one of the five forces that make up the African Standby Force (ASF), the NARC is a regional mechanism established for coordinating North African capabilities for the Standby Force.

Founding InstrumentAddress:- Tripoli, Libya- Email: [email protected]- Tel: +218 213 407 228- Fax: +218 213 407 228

African Union Permanent Missions

1. New York Office

Head of Mission: Fatima Kyari Mohammed, Nigeria (appointed by the Chairperson of the Commission in March 2018)

Address:- AU Permanent Observer to the United Nations 3 Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza, 305 East 47th Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10017, USA- Email: [email protected]- Tel: +1 212 319 5491 or +1 212 319 5493- Fax: +1 212 319 7135 or +1 212 319 6509

2. Geneva Office

Head of Mission: Ajay Kumar Bramdeo, South Africa (appointed by the Chairperson of the Commission in February 2018)

Address:- AU Permanent Representative to the United Nations and World Trade Organization, 127, Rue des Pâquis 36 CH-1211 Geneva 21, Switzerland- Email: [email protected] or [email protected]- Tel: +41 (0) 22 716 0640- Fax: +41 (0) 22 731 6818

3. Washington DC Office

Head of Mission: appointment pending

Address:- African Union Mission, 1640 Wisconsin Avenue NW Washington, DC 20007, USA- Email: [email protected] or [email protected]- Tel: +202 342 1100- Fax: +202 342 1114

4. Permanent Mission to the European Union (EU) and African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) states – Brussels Office

Head of Mission: Awad Sakine Ahmat, Chad (appointed by the Chairperson of the Commission in February 2018)

Address:- AU Permanent Representative to the European Union, Avenue Gustave Demey 72–74 1160 Audergem, Belgium- Email: [email protected] or [email protected]- Tel: +32 (0) 2 346 9747 or +32 (0) 2 346 9748- Fax: +32 (0) 2 346 9728

5. African Union Permanent Mission to China – Beijing Office

Head of Mission: Rahmat Allah Mohamed Osman, Sudan (appointed by the Chairperson of the Commission in September 2018)

Address:- 111/112, Unit 1 Tayuan Diplomatic Office Building 14 Liangmahe South Road, Beijing, China 100600

6. Permanent Delegation to the League of Arab States – Cairo Office

Head of Mission: Abdelhamid Bouzaher, Algeria (appointed by the Chairperson of the Commission in February 2015)

Address:- AU Permanent Representative to the League of Arab States, Abd Allah Al Kateb From Viny Square Dokki, Cairo, Egypt- Email: [email protected]- Tel: +20 (0) 2 3762 6154 or +20 (0) 2 3762 6153- Fax: +20 (0) 2 3762 6153

7. African Union Southern Africa Region Office (SARO) – Malawi Office

Head of Mission: Auguste L Ngomo, Gabon (appointed by the Chairperson of the Commission in January 2016)

Address:- AU Regional Delegation to Southern Africa PO Box 30898, Malawi- Email: [email protected]- Tel: +265 1 775 335- Fax: +265 1 775 330

African Union Liaison Offices in Member States

1. Côte d’Ivoire Liaison Office

- Special Representative of AUC Chairperson: Josephine-Charlotte Mayuma Kala, DR Congo (appointed by the Chairperson of the Commission in April 2015)Mandate:- Represent the AU with the Côte d’Ivoire Government- Assist the Ivorian parties’ national reconciliation process and post-conflict management in collaboration with the international community, mainly UN and ECOWAS- Draft and submit to the AUC President and AU PSC, regular reports relating to the political, economic, social and humanitarian situation in Côte d’Ivoire- Work with Ivorian authorities to implement decision of relevant AU bodies, particularly the AU PSC- Contribute to Côte d’Ivoire’s security reform and reconciliation processes- Assist the implementation of initiatives aimed at ensuring good-neighbourliness in the west African region

Address:- Deux plateaux, 6eme tranche, Cocody, Lot 2500, PO Box 718, Abidjan 27 Côte d’Ivoire- Email: [email protected] or [email protected]- Tel: +225-2252-7560/+22557380966- Fax: +225-2252-7577

2. Central African Republic Liaison Office

Special Representative of the Chairperson of the AUC and Head of Mission: Matias Bertino Matondo, Angola (appointed by the Chairperson of the Commission in March 2019)

Address:- B.P. 902, SICA II, Bangui, Central African Republic- Email: [email protected]- Tel: +236 21 615 495 or +236 21 615 496 or +236 21 709 684

3. Burundi Liaison Office

Special Representative of the Chairperson of the Commission and Head of Mission: Basile Ikouebe, Congo Republic (appointed by the Chairperson of the Commission in September 2017)

Address:- Ndamana House Rohero I Chaussee Prince Louis Rwagasore B.P. 6864, Bujumbura, Burundi- Email: miob@usan– or [email protected] or [email protected]- Tel: + 257 222 13540 or +257 222 13541- Fax: +257 222 13542

4. Comoros Liaison Office

Mandate:- Assist efforts aimed at strengthening Comorian institutions- Contribute to efforts being made towards building good governance and battling corruption- Work towards implementation of AU efforts for national reconciliation within the framework of the Beit Salam Agreement of 16th June 2010- Actively assist post-conflict processes through concreate actions

Address:- Anjouan Ndzouani, Moroni P.O Box 1850, Petite Coulee, COMOROS- Tel: +269-773-3471- Fax: +269-773-3281

5. Chad Liaison Office

Head of AU Liaison Office in Chad: Madame Zaina Nyiramatama, Rwanda (appointed by the Chairperson in 2015)Mandate:- Facilitating peace processes in the region in close collaboration with Chadian authorities- Work towards the achievement of political objectives set out in the Humanitarian Ceasefire Agreement signed on 8 April 2008 in N'Djamena Chad- To monitor the humanitarian situation of Darfur refugees in Chad and Chadian IDPs- To assist the AU mediation team in the preparation of peace talks

Address:- Avenue Mobutu, Moursal, Immeuble CEBEVIRHA, 2eme etag, PO Box 5131, N'Djamena Chad- Tel: 00235 2251 42 33- Fax: 00235 22 51 42 36

6. Kenya Liaison Office (covering Somalia)

- Special Representative for Somalia and Head of the AU Mission in Somalia (AMISOM): Francisco Caetano Jose Madeira, Mozambique (appointed by the Chairperson of the Commission in October 2015)Mandate:- Facilitate humanitarian operations including repatriation of refugees and IDPs- Protect AMISOM personnel, installations and equipment, including self defence- Support dialogue & reconciliation in Somalia, working with all stakeholders- Monitor security situation in areas of operation- Assist dialogue & reconciliation in Somalia, working with all stakeholders- Provide technical assistance & other support to the disarmament and stabilization efforts- Support the implementation of the National Security Stabilization Programme (NSSP)- Provide protection to Transitional Federal Institutions (TFIs) & key infrastructure to enable them carry out their functions

Address:- Kenya Office: LR No. 91/236 Gigri Lane, off United Nations Avenue Nairobi Address 2nd Floor, KUSCCO Centre, 2nd Floor, Kilimanjaro Road, P.O. Box: 20182- 00200, Nairobi, KENYA- Somalia Head Quarter: Halane Base Camp Mogadishu International Airport Mogadishu, Somalia- Email: [email protected]- Tel: +254 (0) 207 21 6710- Fax: +254 (0) 207 21 6775

7. Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Liaison Office

Special Representative of the Chairperson of the Commission and Head of Office: Abdou Abarry, Niger (appointed by the Chairperson of the Commission in March 2016)

Address:- Physical Location: Avenue Coteaux, Commune de la Gombe, B.P. 5296, 4660, Kinshasa, DR Congo- Email: [email protected]- Tel: +231 7700 2713

8. Sudan Liaison Office

Special Representative for Sudan and Head of Office: Mohamed Belaich, Morocco (appointed by the Chairperson of the Commission in March 2019)

Address:- Makkah Street, House No 384 Block 21 Riyadh, PO Box 8372, Khartoum, Sudan- Email: [email protected]- Tel: +249 (0) 183 248 425 or +249 (0) 183 248 426- Fax: +249 (0) 183 248 427

9. South Sudan Liaison Office

Mandate:- Represent the AU in all aspects relating to the development of South Sudan- Report regularly to the AUC on the overall political and security situation in South Sudan and propose means of assisting South Sudanese Authorities in their Nation building efforts-Mobilize support from national and international partners, in close collaboration with the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS), to contribute to peacebuilding and economic recovery efforts in South Sudan-Contribute to efforts being made to foster good relations between Sudan and South Sudan, working in collaboration with AU Liaison Office in the Sudan-Khartoum-Facilitate the work of the AU Ministerial Committee on Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Development and of other fact-finding missions to South Sudan

Address:- Plot No. 167, Tong-Ping (1st Class) Residential Area, P.O. Box 341, Juba, South Sudan- Tel: +249-811-820603

10. Western Sahara Liaison Office

Mandate:- Provide humanitarian assistance for Sahrawi refugees in the camps in the Tindouf region of Algeria- Facilitate dialogue and consultation between Morocco and POLISARIO

Address:- Via Department of Peacekeeping Operations: UN Headquarters PO Box 5846, Grand Central Station, Pouch Unit 3B, New York, NY 10163 – 5846, USA,- Tel: +1 212 963 1952 ext 5303- Via MINURSO through UN phone exchange: Tel: +1-212-963-1952/3/4/5 Ext. 5303 Via USA; 0021228986000/ Via Morocco - Fax: +1-212-963-3024 Via USA; 0021228892893/ 890944 Via Morocco

11. Guinea Bissau Liaison Office

Special Representative of the Chairperson of the AUC: Ovidio Manuel Barbosa Pequeno, São Tomé and Príncipe (appointed by the Chairperson of the Commission in May 2012)

Address:- Email: [email protected]- Tel: + 245 548 2341- Fax: +245 325 6471

12. Liberia Liaison Office

- Special Representative of the Chairperson of the Commission and Head of Office: Ibrahim Mbaba Kamara, Sierra Leone (appointed by the Chairperson of the Commission in January 2017)Mandate:-Follow-up and monitor elections-Provide regular report to the AUC, via the PSD, on political, security, socio-economic, humanitarian and human rights issues in Liberia-Monitor the post-conflict recovery program of the Government of Liberia within the framework of the Liberian Reconstruction and Development Committee (LRDC) programme-Maintain Liaison with the authorities of the Government of Liberia, the United Nations’ Mission in Liberia (UNMIL), other UN Agencies, European Union, ECOWAS, AU office in Cote d’Ivoire and other key members of the International Contact Group on Mano River Union and the International Contact Group on Liberia

Address:- 10th Street, Sinkor, P.O. Box 2881, Monrovia, Liberia- Email: [email protected] or [email protected]- Tel: +231- 77002713

13. Libya Liaison Office

- High Representative for Libya: Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, Tanzania (appointed by the Chairperson of the Commission in January 2016)- Special Representative of the Chairperson of the AUC and Head of Office: Wahida Ayari, Tunisia (appointed by the Chairperson of the Commission in October 2016)

Address:- Al Andalus, 2 City, PO Box N 565 Tripoli, Libya- Tel: +218 21 477 0676 or +218 919 485 470 or +218 911 544 195- Fax: +218 21 477 0676

14. Madagascar Liaison Office

Head of Office: Hawa Ahmed Youssouf, Djibouti (appointed by the Chairperson of the Commission in November 2013)

Address:Regus, Batiment A1, Explorer Business Park, Ankorondrano, 101 Antananarivo, Madagascar- Email: [email protected]- Tel: +261 (0) 202 25 1212

15. African Union Mission for Mali and Sahel (MISAHEL)

High Representative for Mali and Sahel: Pierre Buyoya, Burundi (appointed by the Chairperson of the Commission in October 2012 and appointed Special Representative in January 2013)

Address:amdallaye, 360 Street, ACI 2000, Bamako, Mali- Tel: +223 7238 8488 or +223 7881 4740