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SENSITIZATION MISSION OF SENIOR GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR SMALL ARMS CONTROL IN CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
Bangui, 22-28 August 2015
As part of the implementation of RECSA activities funded by the African Development Bank (AfDB), RECSA conducted a series of activities in the Central African Republic from 22-28 of August 2015
On August 24, 2015, at Ledger Hotel in Bangui, was held a workshop for senior Government officials organized by the High Commission on DDRR and security sector reform in partnership with the Regional Centre on small arms (RECSA).
RECSA Executive Secretary visits Djibouti
In the framework of enhancing member state participation in the organization activities, RECSA Executive Secretary Mr. Théoneste MUTSINDASHYAKA visited the Republic of Djibouti to discuss with Government Officials about the progress of the implementation of Nairobi Protocol in the country as well as ways of enhancing the role of DJIBOUTI in small arms control in the Horn of Africa.
RECSA on Assessment Mission to CAR
The problem of SALW in the region has been intensified by frequent internal strife and illicit transfer of small arms and light weapons (SALW) across borders. A
comprehensive strategy to deal with this problem requires putting in place agreed cross border structures and processes.
The Nexus Between Small Arms and Development: AfDB partners with RECSA
RECSA’s Project to enhance regional and states stability through reduction of proliferation of small arms and light weapons has been officially launched. The overall aim of the project will be to enhance regional and states stability through reduction of proliferation of small arms
RECSA Small Arms Tracing System (RSTS) Software Training
The training was conducted from 23-25 June, 2015 at the CIID headquarters In Kampala Uganda With the aim of ensuring improved electronic SALW record keeping. Officers from Uganda Police were equipped with skills in the use of the RECSA Small Arms Tracing System (RSTS) software -- Support By US Government through WRA Grant
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