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Exchanging weapons for development in Mali

Geofrey Mugumya

Exchanging weapons for development in Mali

weapon collection programmes assessed by local people

by Geofrey Mugumya

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Published by United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research in Geneva, Switzerland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Disarmament -- Mali,
  • Firearms -- Mali

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGeofrey Mugumya
    ContributionsUnited Nations Institute for Disarmament Research
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 160 p. :
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17136340M
    ISBN 109290451637

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Exchanging weapons for development in Mali by Geofrey Mugumya Download PDF EPUB FB2

This study comprises a participatory review of weapons collection programmes in exchange for development aid from the perspective of the local people. Part of a series of lessons learned from experiences with weapons collection activities in three countries, the report describes the results from the Mali country study.

Read more Read lessFirst published: 08 Oct, Exchanging Weapons for Development in Mali Weapon Collection Programmes Assessed by Local People Geofrey Mugumya UNIDIR United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research Geneva, Switzerland.

NOTE The author of this book and the United Nations Institute for. Exchanging weapons for development in Mali. Geneva, Switzerland: United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research, (OCoLC) Online version: Mugumya, Geofrey. Exchanging weapons for development in Mali.

Geneva, Switzerland: United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research, (OCoLC) Material Type. Exchanging Weapons for Development in Mali: Weapons Collection Programmes Assessed by Local People, presents the results of the Mali case study of the UNIDIR WfD project.

Get this from a library. Exchanging weapons for development in Mali: weapon collection programmes assessed by local people.

[Geofrey Mugumya; United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research.]. The military history of the Mali Empire is that of the armed forces of the Mali Empire, which dominated Western Africa from the mid 13th to the late 15th century.

The military culture of the empire's driving force, the Mandinka people, influenced many later states in West Africa including break-away powers such as the Songhay and Jolof empires. Institutions from the Mali Empire also survived.

Rebel fighters in Mali made extensive use of weapons originally from Libyan arsenals during /13, a joint investigation by The Small Arms Survey and Conflict Armament Research has found. In a new report, they note the rebellion in particularly the northern areas of Mali differed in scale and intensity to previous Tuareg rebellions in the [ ].

‘Excerpts on Illicit/Craft Production - Mali.’ Weapons Compass: Mapping Illicit Small Arms Flows in Africa. Geneva: Small Arms Survey, the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, 1 January.

(Q) Full Citation. Mali. Goods were exchanged for food, tea, weapons, and spices. At times, human skulls were used as well.

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Recovered weapons indicate that these advances led to the capture of a variety of ordnance, including small arms and light weapons, in addition to major conventional weapons, such as BM multiple-launch rocket systems.

Because at the time of writing rebel forces remained active in north-east Mali and a full complement of weapons had yet to be. The Malian Armed Forces (French: Forces Armées Maliennes) consists of the Army (French: Armée de Terre), Republic of Mali Air Force (French: Force Aérienne de la Republique du Mali), and National Guard (French: Garde Nationale du Mali).

They number some 7, and are under the control of the Minister of Armed Forces and Veterans. The Library of Congress as of January stated that "[t]he. While these development projects in Mali are being carried out, the armed conflict that took place at the end of in the north of Mali is still making development more difficult.

This is because the military and political situation remain unstable. But with these ongoing efforts from stakeholders all around the world, Mali will begin to see. The Mali Empire's great wealth came from trade. Mali's entire economy was based on trade, and by controlling it, Mali become exceptionally rich[xiv].

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