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Sierra Leone is largely dependent on roads for the transportation of both goods and passengers. The country has about 1,500 km of paved roads and an extensive network of about 10,000 km that are unpaved, most of which need attention. The Ministry of Transport and Aviation is responsible for providing safe, reliable and affordable transport and aviation and sees it as an essential goal to assist economic recovery and alleviate poverty. The primary harbour in the country is the Queen Elizabeth II Quay in Freetown. There are smaller ports at Pepel, Bonthe, Niti and Sulima and an international airport at Lungi though there are a couple of smaller airports, primarily used for inland transportation.