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The dramatic rise in the number of civilian casualties from explosive ordnance since 2013 has triggered a debate on how the mine action sector, including explosive ordnance risk education (EORE), should adapt. On behalf of the EORE Advisory Group (AG) and with financial support from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the GICHD commissioned this rapid assessment to better understand the current status of EORE capacities and implementation, as well as the emerging challenges facing the sector. The findings and recommendations contained in this report have been validated by the EORE AG and are intended to form the basis of the group’s annual workplan.

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