The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) is a political mission of the United Nations established in 2002 to support the Afghan government and people in building sustainable peace, democracy, and development. The mission is headquartered in Kabul, Afghanistan, and has regional offices throughout the country. UNAMA works closely with the Afghan government, civil society organizations, and other partners to support a range of initiatives, including efforts to promote human rights, strengthen the rule of law, facilitate dialogue between conflicting parties, promote women’s empowerment, and provide humanitarian assistance. The mission also provides support for the Afghan-led peace process and works to build the capacity of Afghan institutions to deliver basic services to the population. UNAMA plays a critical role in coordinating international efforts in Afghanistan and advocating for the needs of the Afghan people at the international level.