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Voices from the ground : landmine and explosive remnants of war survivors speak out on victim assistance

HANDICAP INTERNATIONAL
September 2009

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This report surveys landmine survivors’ opinions on assistance. The survey includes questionnaires and data from 1,645 survivors in 25 affected countries. The report finds that survivors are rarely included in decisions and activities destined to benefit them and subsequently more than two-thirds think that their needs are not taken into account when their governments makes plans to assist them. This document is useful for people interested in landmine survivor's opinions about governments supporting and reintegrating landmine survivors into society

Landmine casuality data : best practices guidebook

FIEDERLEIN, Suzanne L
2008

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This resource outlines the advances being made in landmine casualty data collection and management and compiles the lessons learned. The aim is to assist countries with developing victim information systems that can be used to plan and implement comprehensive mine action programmes, including mine clearance, mine risk education and victim assistance

Landmine casualty data : best practices guidebook

FIEDERLEIN, Suzanne L
2008

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This guidebook seeks to serve as a reference book to assist people and organizations trying either to create a mine/Explosive Remnants of War victim information system or enhance an existing system. It consists of data, surveys and interviews from a broad range of resources across countries and regions affected by landmine use. It includes case studies from Azerbaijan and Bosnia and Herzegovina

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