I don't like the emphasis on 'we', but at least it's...something.
The United Nations has repeatedly refused to send peacekeepers to Darfur. However, there are other steps we can take to protect the women there.
We could send groups of policewomen from African nations to accompany the firewood-gathering trips.
Civilian police would not represent the same challenge to the national sovereignty of Sudan that soldiers would.
By training, supporting and enabling female police officers from African countries we could build the capacity of their forces, thus achieving two worthwhile aims at once.
We could help provide fuel-efficient stoves so less firewood is needed.
We could vastly increase the currently tiny number of African Union monitors in Darfur, giving them enough personnel to deter the militia from attacking women.
We could provide rape counselling and a chance to break the taboo of silence.
We could increase medical treatment for sexually transmitted diseases, as recommended by Médecins Sans Frontièrs.