Règle correspondante
Brazil
Practice Relating to Rule 131. Treatment of Displaced Persons
Brazil’s Operations Manual for the Evacuation of Non-Combatants (2007) states:
7.2.5 Main Health Centre
The Main Health Centre shall be organized in sections for the provision of emergency health care to evacuated persons [during the evacuation operation] …
7.5 Support on Arrival in Brazilian Territory
7.5.1 The safe place of destination is the place designated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where the evacuated persons shall be taken by the end of the Non-Combatant Evacuation. It shall preferably be situated in Brazil … The reception in Brazil of the evacuated persons requires that some support activities are undertaken, such as:
b) referring the wounded and sick to the appropriate medical institutions and hospitals. 
Brazil, Manual de Operações de Evacuação de Não-Combatentes, Ministério da Defesa, Estado-Maior de Defesa, MD33-M-08, Ordinance No. 1351/EMD/MD of 11 October 2007, published in Diário Oficial da União, No. 198, 15 October 2007, §§ 7.2.5, 7.5 and 7.5.1(b).
The Operations Manual also states:
1.2.1 Non-Combatant Evacuation Operations are conducted by the Ministry of Defence, upon request by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, for the evacuation of non-combatants whose lives are in danger, from their host country to a safe place of destination …
3.4.1 Non-Combatant Evacuation Operations … may be triggered by sudden changes in the government of the host country, changes in its political or military orientation with regard to Brazil, or hostile threats to Brazilian citizens by internal or external forces in that country.
Annex A. Rules of Engagement and the Law of Armed Conflict
3. The Law of Armed Conflict
According to the policy of the Ministry of Defence, the principles of the Law of Armed Conflict regulate the actions taken by the Joint Command in the defence of its personnel, property and equipment. 
Brazil, Manual de Operações de Evacuação de Não-Combatentes, Ministério da Defesa, Estado-Maior de Defesa, MD33-M-08, Ordinance No. 1351/EMD/MD of 11 October 2007, published in Diário Oficial da União, No. 198, 15 October 2007, §§ 1.2.1 and 3.4.1 and Annex A, § 3.
In 1994, during a debate in the UN Security Council on Rwanda, Brazil emphasized that part of the UNAMIR mandate was “to contribute to provid[e] security and protection for displaced persons, refugees and civilians at risk”. 
Brazil, Statement before the UN Security Council, UN Doc. S/PV.3388, 1 January 1994, pp. 4–8.
Brazil’s Operations Manual for the Evacuation of Non-Combatants (2007) states:
7.4.1 In case the Ministry of Foreign Affairs does not state who is to be evacuated with priority, the Joint Command shall follow this guidance:
b) the table below sets out who shall be evacuated with priority.
Categories
I - Brazilian citizens.
II - Non-Brazilians who are close relatives of Brazilian citizens.
7.4.3 Rules of Procedure
The following rules of procedure shall be observed in Non-Combatant Evacuation Operation:
(i) persons who have high priority [to be evacuated] may choose to be reclassified into a lower priority in order not to be separated from their family. In case a person has to be evacuated for medical reasons, the whole family shall be evacuated together with him or her.
7.5 Support on Arrival in Brazilian Territory
7.5.1 The safe place of destination is the place designated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where the evacuated persons shall be taken by the end of the Non-Combatant Evacuation. It shall preferably be situated in Brazil … The reception in Brazil of the evacuated persons requires that some support activities are undertaken, such as:
f) public relation tasks, in particular … the liaison with evacuated persons’ relatives and close friends. 
Brazil, Manual de Operações de Evacuação de Não-Combatentes, Ministério da Defesa, Estado-Maior de Defesa, MD33-M-08, Ordinance No. 1351/EMD/MD of 11 October 2007, published in Diário Oficial da União, No. 198, 15 October 2007, §§ 7.4.1(b), 7.4.3(i), 7.5 and 7.5.1(f).
The Operations Manual also states:
1.2.1 Non-Combatant Evacuation Operations are conducted by the Ministry of Defence, upon request by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, for the evacuation of non-combatants whose lives are in danger, from their host country to a safe place of destination …
3.4.1 Non-Combatant Evacuation Operations … may be triggered by sudden changes in the government of the host country, changes in its political or military orientation with regard to Brazil, or hostile threats to Brazilian citizens by internal or external forces in that country.
Annex A. Rules of Engagement and the Law of Armed Conflict
3. The Law of Armed Conflict
According to the policy of the Ministry of Defence, the principles of the Law of Armed Conflict regulate the actions taken by the Joint Command in the defence of its personnel, property and equipment. 
Brazil, Manual de Operações de Evacuação de Não-Combatentes, Ministério da Defesa, Estado-Maior de Defesa, MD33-M-08, Ordinance No. 1351/EMD/MD of 11 October 2007, published in Diário Oficial da União, No. 198, 15 October 2007, §§ 1.2.1 and 3.4.1, and Annex A, § 3.