For November, in which Senegal has the presidency of the UN Security Council, the MAP provides recommendations on the situations in Central Africa, Israel / Palestine, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan / South Sudan, and Syria.
- Insist on the need for accountability for grave human rights violations and abuses, including rampant sexual violence in IDP camps and local communities, particularly by ensuring that women are part of the design and implementation of early-warning and transitional justice mechanisms;
- Insist on accountability for all UNMISS personnel, particularly for those who fail to implement the mission’s protection of civilians’ mandate, considering the violence in Juba, which included rape and SGBV;
- Call on UNMISS to ensure specific reporting mechanisms for SGBV are available and accessible;
- Incorporate gender-sensitivity training into both UNMISS and RFP’s peacekeeping training and ensure gender parity in community liaison positions; and
- Ensure that women and men can safely access humanitarian assistance, including safe access to sanitation facilities, hygiene and health assistance, reproductive health, family planning, and maternal health services.