Building upon the findings, recommendations, and regional network established to produce the landmark Caribbean Firearms Study, the Small Arms Survey is partnering with the Caribbean Community Implementation Agency for Crime and Security (CARICOM IMPACS), the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA), and the George Alleyne Chronic Disease Center at the University of the West Indies (GA-CDRC) in this new project. The initiative will, on the one hand, improve the quality and availability of relevant data and analysis on matters of firearms proliferation and misuse in the Caribbean. On the other hand, it will build on partnerships with leading regional institutions, it will engage regional security, public health, and research stakeholders through knowledge sharing and policy prioritization.
Implementation period: May 2023–December 2025
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