Seems the civilian capacity is a critical component to the peacekeeping missions because otherwise the risk of violence remains.
The Senior Advisory Group underlined that civilian capacities are a crucial part of
peacebuilding and a critical complement to the political and military components of
peacekeeping missions, because "without this capacity, resilient institutions will not
take root and the risk of renewed violence will remain". The Group identified five
critical capacity gap areas: safety and security, justice, inclusive political processes,
core government functionality and economic revitalisation.