Security Council Resolution S/RES/2296: Annex

PeaceWomen Consolidated Themes: 
Peace Processes
Justice, Rule of Law and Security Sector Reform
Security Council Agenda Geographical Topic: 

Requirements for progress would include a commitment on the part of the Government of the Sudan and non-signatory movements to reach a comprehensive negotiated political settlement to the conflict and adhere to its full and timely implementation; and credible Darfur-based internal dialogue and consultations that seek to reflect the views of the civilian population, including women, on Darfur in the peace process.


Protection of civilians from imminent threats of physical violence;

  • Civilians facing imminent threats of physical violence are protected by UNAMID.

  • Civilians at risk of physical attack, in particular women and children, carry out livelihood activities safely and securely under UNAMID protection.

  • Civilians receive emergency medical assistance from UNAMID, including through evacuation to medical facilities, in extreme circumstances (i.e., when humanitarian actors are unable to assist).


Safe, timely and unhindered humanitarian access and safety and security for humanitarian personnel;

  • Humanitarian actors requesting UNAMID protection and other support are able to conduct operations (e.g., inter alia aid delivery and distribution and needs assessments) in a safe, timely and unhindered manner.

  • Humanitarian actors and their property are safe and secure, in particular when UNAMID protection is provided.

  • Parties to the conflict honour their commitments and international obligations to combat all acts of sexual violence against women, men and children and put an end to the recruitment and use of child soldiers.