National Action Plan: Guinea

Guinea developed their NAP  in 2009 and launched it for the period 2009-2013. As of August 2019, no new NAP has been presented. The development of the NAP was led by the Ministry of Social Affairs, of Women and Childhood Promotion. 

In 2000 Guinea became home to up to half a million refugees fleeing fighting in Sierra Leone and Liberia. This increased the strain on its economy and generated suspicion and ethnic tension, amid mutual accusations of attempts at destabilisation and border attacks. A military junta took control in December 2008 at the death of President Conte. In 2010, civilian rule was ushered in after a transition period and an election also marred by delays and violent ethnic clashes. Politics in Guinea typically polarises some two dozen ethnic groups who otherwise live in harmony alongside each other - with the Fulani the largest at around 40% of the population followed by the Malinke and Soussou (BBC, 2014).

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WILPF
WILPF International does not have a country section in Guinea and therefore was not involved in the development process of Guinea's NAP.
Civil Society Actors

NAP Development
Not specified

NAP Implementation
Guinea’s NAP implementation is developed and run under the supervision of the MSAWCP (Ministry of Social Affairs, of Women and Childhood Promotion) in collaboration with Ministerial Departments, United Nations System Agencies, NGOs and Civil Society Organizations.

NAP Monitoring and Evaluation
Not specified

Government Actors
NAP Development Not specified NAP Implementation Guinea’s NAP implementation is developed and run under the supervision of the MSAWCP (Ministry of Social Affairs, of Women and Childhood Promotion) in collaboration with Ministerial Departments, United Nations System Agencies, NGOs and Civil Society Organizations. NAP Monitoring & Evaluation Not specified
Objectives

NAP Development
Not specified

NAP Implementation
Guinea’s NAP implementation is developed and run under the supervision of the MSAWCP (Ministry of Social Affairs, of Women and Childhood Promotion) in collaboration with Ministerial Departments, United Nations System Agencies, NGOs and Civil Society Organizations.

NAP Monitoring & Evaluation
Not specified

Action/Activities

There are activities listed under the 5 Strategic Objectives in Guinea’s NAP. Also, these objectives have specific information on budget and activities. Example below:

Priority Intervention Axis 3
Protection of women/girls from sexual violence and female genital mutilation

Strategic Objective 
Contribute to the protection of women’s and girls’ rights in terms of sexual violence and female genital mutilation.

Activities 
1. Organisation of information and awareness campaigns about sexual violence and female genital mutilations;
2. Translation of the 1325 and 1820 resolutions into the main national languages;
3. Mass scale popularization of the 1325 and 1820 resolutions;
4. Creation of a database regarding sexual violence towards women and girls;
5. Strengthening paralegals’, magistrates’, judicial police officers’ and care providers’ capacities to look after victims of sexual violence and of female genital mutilations;
6. Drafting a specific law regarding sexual violence towards women/girls;
7. Implementation of a consistent mechanism of follow- up and alert;
8. Advocate for cheaper or even free medical care for victims of sexual violence;
9. Strengthening of the capacities of the structures in charge of medical, psychosocial and legal assistance to victims of sexual violence;
10. Advocate for the creation of a national observatory regarding violence towards women and girls;
11. Popularization of emergency kits post exposure to rape victims.

Timeframe
The general timeframe presented is from 2010 to 2011 for the implementation of the Action Plan.
Budget

Each Priority Intervention Axis is presented with a specific budget in Guinea’s NAP. Example below: Priority Intervention Axis 1 Integration of Gender

Each Priority Intervention Axis is presented with a specific budget in Guinea’s NAP. Example below: 
Priority Intervention Axis 1
Integration of Gender questionnaire in the development policies and programs

Cost
600.000 USD

Questionnaire in the development policies and programs Cost 600.000 USD

Indicators

Details: Not specified

Monitoring & Evaluation

Details:

There is not much specific information on M&E. But, it is described among the activities to create a management and evaluation follow-up database of the 1325 and 1820 resolutions.

Disarmament

Details: Not specified