1 January 2011: Establishment of the United Nations Regional Office for Central Africa (UNOCA).
2 March 2011: Official inauguration of the Headquarter, Cité de la Démocratie (Libreville), by Mr. Ali Bongo Ondimba, President of Gabon, in the presence of Mr. B. Lynn Pascoe and Mr. Louis Sylvain-Goma, respectively Under Secretary-General for Political Affairs (United Nations) and Secretary General of the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS), the main partner of UNOCA.
11 March 2011: Mr. Abou Moussa of Chad is appointed Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Central Africa and Head of UNOCA.
15 June 2011: Arrival of Mr. Abou Moussa in Libreville.
3 May 2012: The Special Representative/Head of UNOCA and the Secretary General of ECCAS sign in Libreville a cooperation framework between the two institutions. It identifies, amongst others, areas of joint activities (political and security governance; electoral processes; mediation, training; communication, etc).
6 August 2012: The Special Representative/Head of UNOCA and the Executive Secretary of the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) sign in Kampala, Uganda, a working document defining their cooperation in the areas of peace, security, prevention and resolution of conflicts
10 November 2012: The Confederation of African Football (CAF) signs a partnership with UNOCA in Malabo (Equatorial Guinea). The partnership allows the two institutions to join their efforts to better promote peace and security in the sub-region, in particular through football.
30 April 2014: Mr. Abdoulaye Bathily of Senegal is appointed Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Central Africa and head of UNOCA, replacing Mr. Abou Moussa, who has retired.
03 June 2014: Arrival of Mr. Abdoulaye Bathily in Libreville
April 2015: Relocation of the Headquarter of UNOCA to Pont de Gue Gue (behind the National Observatory for the Protection of Family Rights, not far from Lycée privé Awassi ).
14 June 2016 - The Special Representative/Head of UNOCA and the Secretary General of ECCAS sign a new cooperation framework in New York to strengthen collaboration between the two institutions. It replaces the previous one developed on 2012.
21 July 2016: Signing of the New Facilities Agreement between the United Nations, represented by Mr. Jeffrey Feltman, Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs of the United Nations and the Government of the Gabon, represented by Mr. Calixte Isidore Nsie Edang, Minister Delegate to the Minister of State, Minister of Foreign Affairs, La Francophonie and Regional Integration.
14 October 2016: Mr. François Louncény Fall of Guinea is appointed acting Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Central Africa and Head of UNOCA.
01 November 2016: Arrival of Mr. François Louncény Fall in Libreville.
21 February 2017: Mr. François Louncény Fall is appointed Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Central Africa and Head of UNOCA.