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About Us

The Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD) works towards reducing risk to commu­nities caused by explosive ordnance, with a focus on landmines, cluster munitions and…

Maison de la Paix

The GICHD is housed at the Maison de la paix campus, in the heart of the International Geneva. The Maison de la paix (MdP) is the result of a public-private partnership between…

Job Opportunities

Video: Why work with us At the GICHD, our vision and what drives our work everyday is to make the world a safer place for communities and a world free from risk of explosive ordnance. Let us make…

Tenders

Work with the GICHD The GICHD publishes tender notices on occasion. When calls for tenders are open, they are posted here. Tenders on mine action related projects issued by our partner organisations…

Donors

The GICHD is thankful to all contributors who make its work possible. In 2022, the GICHD received core contributions, project and programme funding, in-kind support from these governments and…

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Explosive ordnance risk reduction (EORR) plays an important enabling and transformative role to create the conditions for sustainable development and peace in today’s rapidly changing world. The…

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About the Kosovo Project

Background More than twenty years have passed since the recruitment of the first group of women in demining teams in Kosovo, a landmark moment that paved the way for women’s increasing access to…

Gender and Diversity Working Group

The purpose of the Gender and Diversity Working Group is to support the mainstreaming of gender and diversity provisions within the Anti-Personnel Mine Ban…

Francophone Regional Cooperation Programme (FRCP)

In October 2006 a programme to promote the work of the GICHD within French-speaking countries affected by mines and ERW was created. The programme was handed over to the African partners in…