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Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining
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How do we manage risks?

The GICHD enables its partners to reduce risks to communities from explosive ordnance by furthering knowledge, promoting norms and standards, developing capacities, and facilitating dialogue and cooperation.

Ammunition Management
The reduction and prevention of the risks from explosions in ammunition storage areas and the proliferation of ammunition
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Cooperation Programmes
Facilitating dialogue and cooperation in mine action
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Gender and Diversity
A gender and diversity sensitive and responsive perspective will make mine action more inclusive and effective
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Information Management
Quality information for evidence-based, accountable and efficient decision making
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International and National Mine Action Standards
The standards in force for mine action operations
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International Humanitarian Law
Mine action is framed by three main international Conventions: APMBC, CCM, and the CCW
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Land Release
The use of survey and clearance to remove the threat of mines and explosive remnants of war
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Mine Action Strategies
Developing, implementing and monitoring mine action strategies allows countries to strengthen their ownership of their mine/ERW programme
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Policy
Research and recommendations to support the evolving nature of risks from explosive ordnance
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Risk Education
Explosive ordnance risk reduction (EORE) enhances the resilience of people and communities to the risks posed by munitions
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