Disarming belligerent communities in Africa: a case study of disarmament efforts in Samburu and Baringo communities of Kenya
The main objective of this study is to analyze disarming initiatives within the belligerent communities in Africa with special emphasis on the disarmament operations within the Samburu and Baringo Counties in Kenya. Chapter one begins with introducing the paper. In this chapter the researcher discussed the background of the study, the significance of the study, what the researcher seeks to accomplish, the importance of the study and finally outlining the research methodology that was adopted in doing the thesis. Chapter two the research amplifies the global character or perspective of the operations in particular disarmament operations in Columbia, Afghanistan and Africa in general. Chapter three discusses in detail the evolution of disarmament operations in Kenya and inevitably the discussion spills over to how these operations have led to the recent conflicts faced by the current administration. Chapter four communicates the challenges of SLAW that has presented not only as a challenge to the security of the state given the role played by the non- state actors. Chapter five outlines the recommendations the Kenyan Government may adopt in carrying out disarmament operations in Kenya.