Guinea developed their NAP in 2009 and launched it for the period 2009-2013. As of November 2016, no new NAP has been presented. The development of the NAP was led by the Ministry of Social Affairs, of Women and Childhood Promotion.
In 2000 Guinea became home to up to half a million refugees fleeing fighting in Sierra Leone and Liberia. This increased the strain on its economy and generated suspicion and ethnic tension, amid mutual accusations of attempts at destabilisation and border attacks. A military junta took control in December 2008 at the death of President Conte. In 2010, civilian rule was ushered in after a transition period and an election also marred by delays and violent ethnic clashes. Politics in Guinea typically polarises some two dozen ethnic groups who otherwise live in harmony alongside each other - with the Fulani the largest at around 40% of the population followed by the Malinke and Soussou (BBC, 2014).