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Livelihoods analysis of landmine affected communities in Yemen (Volume 2: annexes 1-11)

Livelihoods analysis of landmine affected communities in Yemen (Volume 2: annexes 1-11)

Pound, Barry, Martin, Adrienne ORCID: 0000-0001-9305-7302, Qadr, Addul and Mukred, Abdul Wahed (2006) Livelihoods analysis of landmine affected communities in Yemen (Volume 2: annexes 1-11). Project Report. Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining, Geneva, Switzerland.

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The government of Yemen is committed to the complete elimination of landmines and explosive remnants of war. The National Mine Action Committee (NMAC) was established in June 1998 to formulate policy, allocate resources, and develop a national mine-action strategy. Furthermore, the Yemen Executive Mine Action Centre (YEMAC) was established in January 1999 as the implementing body of the NMAC with the primary responsibility of coordinating all mine-action activities in the country. The aim of the current Strategic Mine Action Plan is to put an end to the suffering and casualties caused by anti-personnel landmines, by the end of March 2009. As of September 2005, over 240 million square meters of affected land have been surveyed, cleared and returned to the local users. In 2005, the Mid-term Evaluation for strengthening national capacity for mine action in Yemen praised the achievements of YEMAC and NMAC to date, and also recommended that Community Rehabilitation become an integral part of mine action in Yemen in the future. This study was commissioned by YEMAC and the Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD), with the following objectives: 1. To assess the overall socio-economic returns from mine clearance investments; 2. to make a preliminary assessment of complementary development initiatives for mine-affected communities: and 3. to enhance the capacity of YEMAC to conduct future assessments of socio-economic benefits from mine action; assess the community Landmine Impact Scores as a tool for identifying impact and determining priorities for action; advise on how to design and conduct on-going socio-economic surveys relating to ERW; advise on integrating social differentiation within LIS survey protocols, and advise on enhancements to YEMAC’s monitoring and evaluation system.

Item Type: Monograph (Project Report)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Yemen, landmine, livelihoods analysis, mine-affected communities, landmine impact scores, ERW, explosive remnants of war, demining
Faculty / School / Research Centre / Research Group: Faculty of Engineering & Science > Natural Resources Institute
Faculty of Engineering & Science > Natural Resources Institute > Livelihoods & Institutions Department
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