- Integrate a gender focus into development policies and programs,
- Involve women and girls in conflict prevention and resolution,
- Protection against gender-based violence and FGM,
- Integrating women into the policy-making progress, and
- Improving coordination and partnerships.
The Guinea NAP was for the period 2009-2013, and an updated one has not been published. However, the plan details clear activities and lines of action that can be achieved in pursuit of each goal. Furthermore, it outlines the expected cost of achieving each goal. The main focus in this NAP is on protection of women from sexual violence, and the second goal of including women in conflict prevention and resolution makes no mention of women’s participation in security forces.
Civil society had limited influence in the drafting of this NAP, and the plan does not go into detail about how civil society will be included in implementation. The main implementation mechanism of the goals is to strengthen law, create governing institutions, and improve the government’s capacity for enforcement; even the ‘partnerships’ section of the NAP focuses on increased government coordination rather than reaching out to civil society.
Police: 20 out of 42
Officers: 0 out of 17
Experts on Mission: 0 out of 7
Troops: 30 out of 850