WHAT CAN YOU DO
Information from completed ATT Baseline Assessment Surveys is entered into States’ individual country profiles. The information collected on State practice, needs, and resources will assist States, the United Nations, international, regional, and civil society organizations as they develop implementation projects and programs for capacity-building, legal and legislative assistance, and other measures to effectively implement the ATT. In this way, the ATT-BAP will enhance donor coordination to ensure that gaps and resources are effectively and efficiently matched.
Country profiles provide insight on States’ efforts and capacity to implement the Arms Trade Treaty. Information contained in each country profile was provided by States to ATT-BAP via the ATT-BAP Baseline Assessment Survey. In some instances, States requested that their national information not be disclosed publicly, and therefore certain country profiles are private.
The ATT-BAP Survey database provides aggregate data on information contained in the country profiles. The database highlights trends in ATT implementation and helps identify gaps as well as resources required / available to support treaty implementation.