DDR, army, parastatal or rebel forces
Page 3, Chapter 2. THE DISARMAMENT, DEMOBILISATION AND REINTEGRATION (DDR) PROCESS: 2.2.
The Government shall adapt its Reintegration Policy to be consistent with this Agreement. The Policy shall:
(c) cover gender mainstreaming as well as women and girl specific aspects of reintegration programming;
Page 4, Chapter 2. THE DISARMAMENT, DEMOBILISATION AND REINTEGRATION (DDR) PROCESS, Commitments of the GoU: 2.9.
To provide reintegration support that emphasises educational and livelihood opportunities, and gives particular attention to the situation and needs of girls and young mothers.
Page 4, Chapter 2. THE DISARMAMENT, DEMOBILISATION AND REINTEGRATION (DDR) PROCESS, Commitment of the LRA/M: 2.11.
To ensure the earliest release and repatriation to Uganda of pregnant and lactating women along with all children under 18 years of age.
Page 4, Chapter 2. THE DISARMAMENT, DEMOBILISATION AND REINTEGRATION (DDR) PROCESS, Commitment of both Parties: 2.12. Any person identified in the adult disarmament and demobilisation process to be under 18 years of age (other than children accompanying their mothers) will be immediately referred to the agencies implementing the removal and reintegration program for children.
Page 5, Chapter 2. THE DISARMAMENT, DEMOBILISATION AND REINTEGRATION (DDR) PROCESS, Women: 2.14.
The Parties shall ensure that the DDR process fully incorporates the special rights and needs of women. In particular, Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security (2000) and clauses 10 and 11 of the Agreement on Accountability and Reconciliation shall be observed.
Page 5, Chapter 2. THE DISARMAMENT, DEMOBILISATION AND REINTEGRATION (DDR) PROCESS, Women: 2.15.
As far as possible funding for specific measures for women and girls in the reintegration phase of the DDR process shall be earmarked for that purpose.
Page 5, Chapter 3. CEASEFIRE MONITORING TEAM: 3.2.
The CMT shall monitor the implementation of specific clauses on children, women and persons with special needs contained in this Agreement.
Page 6, Chapter 5. DEMOBILISATION: 5.4.
The CMT shall draw on UN DDR, World Bank and other technical expertise to make further arrangements for:
...(b) gender specific measures for implementing the principles set out in clause 2.1 of this Agreement;
...(c) protection from sexual violence or abuse, appropriate services for pregnant women and lactating mothers, and adequate presence of female staff;
Page 6, Chapter 6. REPATRIATION AND RECEPTION: 6.3.
In the repatriation and reception process, consideration will be given to the special needs of children, women and non-combatants. Separate transitional accommodation will be provided for men, women and children.