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UNODC. 2014 ‘Sierra Leone.’ 2013 Global Study on Homicide, pp. 85-87. Vienna: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. 21 April

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[I]n Sierra Leone, a programme was implemented from 2003 to 2008 in order to reduce firearm availability,…(46)

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46) The "Arms for Development" programme, implemented in Sierra Leone from 2003-2008, was a community-based DDR (disarmament, demobilization and reintegration) programme that focused on youth-oriented policies, support for elections and access to education. One of its key aims was to control illicit arms trafficking and develop community-based approaches to weapons collections. Communities were offered incentives if they were declared "weapon-free". For more, see UNDP. Arms for Development programme, Sierra Leone.

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