Vision

The Vision of the NACSA is to contribute towards the building of peace and security in Ghana by effective control of Small Arms and Light Weapons and related materials.

Mission

The Commission exists to prevent and combat the proliferation of Small Arms and Light Weapons and related materials in the country through advocacy, public sensitisation, and formulation of appropriate policies in close collaboration with stakeholders.

Our Objectives

Promote public safety and security through advocacy for a gun/armed violence free society

Contribute towards the provision of internal security for human safety and protection, and peace building

Embark on effective public awareness creation on the dangers of illicit small arms and gun violence for public safety and security

Enhance capacity of Security Agencies on small arms control to fight illicit circulation of arms and improve protection of life and property

Improve Government commitment to international protocols and conventions on small arms and light weapons, and their incorporation into national agenda

Improve accessibility to data on small arms and light weapons and related issues through the establishment of a comprehensive database management system for analysis, policy formulation and decision-making

What We Do

To Achieve its objectives, the Commission shall among other things;

set in place programmes of action to prevent, combat and eradicate the illicit trade in small arms and light weapons;

educate and sensitize the public and provide information on the dangers of small arms and light weapons in order to discourage their illicit production and circulation;

ensure that obligations under the Economic Community of West African States are complied with;

advise the Minister for the Interior on the formulation of policies and strategies as contained in the ECOWAS Convention on Small Arms and Light Weapons and any other relevant international conventions to which Ghana is a party or has acceded to;

receive and study periodic reports from the Ghana Police Service on the registration and licensing of arms and;

perform any other functions related to the objectives of the Commission.

Latest News

SMALL ARMS COMMISSION AND AMAT REVIEW WORKSHOP ON ARMS AND AMMUNITION MANAGEMENT VALIDATION SYSTEM

As part of its efforts to promote the safe and secure management of Small Arms and Light Weapons and Ammunition, the European…

THE SMALL ARMS COMMISSION (NACSA) PAYS A COURTESY CALL TO THE OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF STUDENT AFFAIRS, UNIVERSITY OF GHANA

In a significant move towards addressing the rising concern of gun-related incidents in Ghana, the National Commission on Small Arms and Light…

SMALL ARMS COMMISSION-BICC-SAAFIT TRAINING

THE SMALL ARMS COMMISSION TRAINS OFFICERS IN WEAPONS AND AMMUNITION IDENTIFICATION AND TRACING

In collaboration with the African Union Commission (AU), Bonn International Centre for Conflict Studies (BICC), and the Bundeswehr Verification Centre and with…

REDEFINING MASCULINITY: CHOOSING DIALOGUE OVERDRAWING DAGGERS; WORDS ABOVE WEAPONS (GUNS) IN THE FACE OF CONFLICT.

In a world consumed by the devastating consequences of gun violence, the traditional image ofmasculinity often intersects with aggression and force. But…

SALIENT FUND PROJECT LAUNCHED

Accra, Ghana – In a collaborative effort spearheaded by the National Commission on Small Arms and Light Weapons, alongside the United Nations…

Management

Samuel Williams Yeboah
Samuel Williams Yeboah
Executive Secretary

Gyebi Asante
Gyebi Asante
Deputy Director - PPME

Jane Tayibah Blay
Jane Tayibah Blay
Deputy Director, Human Resource/Admin

Patience Appiah
Patience Appiah
Chief Accountant

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