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Littlejohn, Gary. 2015 ‘FIC/TAE arms collection totals, October 2003 to December 2004.’ Secret Stockpiles: Arms Caches and Disarmament Efforts in Mozambique; Working Paper No. 21 (Table 8), p. 33. Geneva: Small Arms Survey, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. 1 September

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Table 8: FIC/TAE arms collection totals, October 2003 to December 2004

Type of armament: Total
AKM: 465
Pistols (various): 77
MG: 6
PPX: 100
Bazooka/RPG 7: 34
Mortars (various): 10
Machine guns PK: 15
Machine gun parts: 8
Mauser: 92
G3: 43
Semi-automatics: 215
Grenade launchers: 0
Rifles: 48
FBP: 49
M20: 2
ZG1: 0

Total arms collected: 1,164

Note: After 2004, FOMICRES took on further peacebuilding activities and crime reduction in the cities. Its peacebuilding work meant that it retained its sources of information within RENAMO. (Author interview with Albino Forquilha, Executive Director/CEO, FOMICRES, Maputo, April 2013.)

Source: unpublished data provided by FOMICRES (2008)

[FOMICRES = Força Moçambicana para a Investigação de Crimes e Reinserção Social (Mozambican Force for Crime Investigation and Social Reintegration); RENAMO = Resistência Nacional Moçambicana (Mozambican National Resistance); FIC = Força de Inteligência Comunitária (Community Intelligence Force); TAE = Transformação das Armas em Enxadas (Transformation of Arms into Ploughshares)]

ID: Q11887

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