Women in Burkina Faso have spoken out against the discrimination they face in relation to inheritance, education and violence. Burkina Faso is not involved in any international armed conflicts, though there have been a number of conflicts between herders and farmers within the country. Women in Burkina Faso face high incidences of maternal mortality, female genital cutting, and domestic violence. Burkina Faso acceded to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) on 14 October 1987. Burkina Faso is currently listed at 121 out of 144 ranked in the 2017 Global Gender Gap Index (GGI). Burkina Faso voted for the adoption of the Arms Trade Treaty, signed on 3rd June 2013 and ratified the Treaty on 3 June 2014. In 2017, $191.1 mln was spent by Burkina Faso on its military. The Burkina Faso NAP (2013-2016) was launched in 2012 and aims at responding to the widespread cases of conflict-related sexual violence (CRSV) by pushing all armed groups to cease the practice as well as the need for protection of women and girls in conflict. Women and civil society in Burkina Faso advocate for equal protection and security under the law.