Evaluation of the Nuba Mountains Ceasefire monitoring (April 2002 – June 2003)
This document assesses the Nuba Mountains ceasefire agreement in Sudan and the performance of the Joint Military Commission (JMC) in implementing it. The study covers three mandate periods and analyses the impact of the cease-fire on the region’s security, humanitarian situation, and political stability. The report highlights the achievements and shortcomings of the JMC, including its limited capacity, lack of resources, and difficulties in coordinating with the parties. The study also examines the challenges faced by the international verification mission, including logistical issues and conflicts of interest with the service provider. The report concludes with recommendations for improving the sustainability of peacekeeping in the Nuba Mountains, such as enhancing dialogue between the strategic and operational levels, improving the quality of logistical support, and promoting a more inclusive and participatory peace process.
This evaluation was originally published on SudanArchive.net.
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