CTSAMM Mandate

The mandate of the CTSAMM is to monitor compliance by the warring Parties and armed groups, either under their control or invited to support them, to the Agreement on the Cessation of Hostilities (ACOH) signed by South Sudanese warring Parties in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in December 2017. The CTSAMM monitors the warring Parties through its Monitoring and Verification Teams (MVTs) located in 12 of the most conflict affected areas of South Sudan. The MVTs patrol their areas of responsibility and gather information on potential violations of the agreement which they immediately report to the CTSAMM HQ. This can include reports of military fighting, movements of forces, blockage of aid routes, forced recruitment of child soldiers and attacks on civilians, as well as the dissemination of hostile propaganda and other activities prohibited by the ACOH. CTSAMM HQ then compiles reports based on this information and submits them to the IGAD Council of Ministers and the Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission for further action.

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