The Special Rapporteur for the Rights of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) Chaloca Beyani has appreciated the efforts of Sudan government in putting an end to the causes of displacement. At a press conference he held at the week end at the UN office in Khartoum, Beyani said that the Doha Document for Peace in Darfur will contribute to realization of peace and stability and ending the displacement in Darfur. He called on the people of interest and the displaced persons to avail themselves the opportunity to boost the peace and stability in Darfur, pointing to the importance of signing the agreements pertinent to conveying humanitarian aid to the affected people. Beyani urged the government adopt comprehensive method for achieving sustainable solutions conducive to easing the voluntary return, completing local integration and resettlement. He said that he met during his visit, November 14 - 22, the displaced people in Darfur who expressed their needs for services, security and earning means of living.
The Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Internally Displaced Persons, meanwhile, called for endorsement of the African Union Agreement for Protection and Help for the Displaced Persons for dealing with the issues of displacement and climate that could lead to natural disasters like drought and floods. Beyani has appealed to the international community to prop up the humanitarian, development and peace building as well as finding durable solutions for the internal displacement in Sudan. He called on Sudan government to continue its efforts to help delivery of humanitarian assistance to government-held areas in South Kordofan and the Blue Nile states, in compliance with the memos of understanding the government held in the year 2012.