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The MAPA Celebrated The International Day For Mine Awareness And Assistance In Mine Action 2019

The MAPA celebrated the International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action 2019

The Mine Action Programme of Afghanistan (MAPA) celebrated the International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action in…

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The 2019 Afghanistan Donor And IPs Workshop For Mine Action Was Held In Geneva-Switzerland From 25 – 28 March 2019

The 2019 Afghanistan Donor and IPs Workshop for Mine Action was held in Geneva-Switzerland from 25 – 28 March 2019

The 2019 Afghanistan Donor and Implementing Partners Workshop for Mine Action was held from 25 - 28 March 2019, at…

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Remarks By H.E. Salahuddin Rabbani Minister Of Foreign Affairs Of Islamic Republic Of Afghanistan At The Meeting Of States Parties To Mine-Ban Convention

Remarks by H.E. Salahuddin Rabbani Minister of Foreign Affairs of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan at the Meeting of States Parties to Mine-Ban Convention

Excellencies, Distinguished Delegates, Ladies and Gentlemen,   It is a great pleasure to address the 17th Meeting of States Parties…

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DMAC Message On The Loss Of Demining Director Of AREA

DMAC message on the loss of Demining Director of AREA

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WHAT WE DO

The Directorate of Mine Action Coordination (DMAC) is a directorate of the Afghanistan National Disaster Management Authority (ANDMA). ANDMA is the secretariat and the operational arm of the National Disaster Management Committee (NDMC). DMAC operates as the National Mine Action Centre in Afghanistan. NDMC is an inter-ministerial board which also serves as the National Mine Action Authority in Afghanistan. H.E Najib Aqa Fahim the State Minister for Disaster Management and Humanitarian Affairs is the chairman of ANDMA. DMAC is technically supported by the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS). The U.S. Department of State, Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement (PM/WRA) provides financial contributions to DMAC …

STATISTICS 1397:

CASUALTIES 1397:

AP - 9340
AT - 253
ERW - 251,004
AIM - 4
Death - 458
Injured - 867
Average per Month 110.4
Total - 1,325
Men - 251,359
Women - 91,732
Boys - 261,007
Girls - 167,055
Initial Target - 58.0 (Million US$)
Updated Target - 95.3 (Million US$)
Secured - 21.4 (Million US$)
Outstanding - 73.9 (Million US$)
Male - 781
Female -504
Total - 1,285

By Device Type

By Gender

PROJECTS

Firing Range External Quality Management Project

Firing Range Eternal Quality Management project is responsible for Quality Management QM including Quality Assurance (QA) of all SDA survey and clearance activities and 10% Quality Control (QC) of all 82 US Firing Ranges which encompass an area of 1200 sqkm in size.

Capacity Building Support

Over the past few years, UNMACA has transferred more responsibility for quality to the project implementer, focusing instead on the project implementer’s systems and controls.

Post Demining Impact Assessment

Post Demining Impact Assessment (PDIA) was implemented to assess the social and economic impact of demining interventions in communities cleared of mines and ERW. PDIA also assessed if survey information on mine and ERW contaminated areas was credible and reflected the facts on the ground.

Afghanistan National Disaster Management Authority (ANDMA)
Directorate of Mine Action Coordination (DMAC)MAPA Landmine & Livelihood Survey-REPORT 2016-FV

PDIA Report 1395-2016-FV

 

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