As explained elsewhere in the Mano Rive Report, by definition, for those who signed up for "voluntary" resettlement, transport is not, and never was, to be provided. But in most instances in the field, there was no secondary transport for anyone, including those whose resettlement was "facilitated".
Sierra Leone Ressettlement Strategy. NCRRR. 2001.
"Transportation of registered IDPs : Similar to the support provided by UNHCR for returnees under assisted repatriation, all registered IDPs and displaced returnees will be provided transport assistance to a place in close proximity to their resettlement area"
(... )"Resettlement, Food Rations and NFIs: When registered IDPs and returnees enter into the resettlement program they are eligible to receive a two-month ration. The food ration will be collect in bulk from a centralized distribution point within the chiefdom of resettlement"