Opportunities for an Integrated Demining Strategy in Rural Areas

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Vol: 3, Issue: 1

Publication Year:
2016
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https://commons.lib.jmu.edu/cisr-journal/vol3/iss1/12
Author(s):
Weyl, U
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Opportunities for an Integrated Demining Strategy in Rural Areas; U Weyl; the Journal; ERW; Mine Action; CISR; JMU; Defense and Security Studies; Emergency and Disaster Management; Other Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration; Peace and Conflict Studies; Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration; Social and Behavioral Sciences
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As early as 1993, GTZ was one of the first organizations to recognize the importance of community mine awareness within the framework of mine survey and clearance operations. GTZ also recognized that there needs to be a partnership between the development organization and mine clearance operator. It is this partnership, which is the foundation upon which the IHDD concept has been built, modified and adapted. The CMAD concept has been developed for those communities that are deemed low priority for mine action support. The process of modification and adaptation has been continuous. It has spanned every facet of the concepts, from planning and coordination; to implementation, technological research, and adaptation; to the modification of techniques in the field, quality assurance and control; and to monitoring and evaluation.