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National Capacities and Residual Contamination | Liberia

By Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD)

Abstract

This case study forms part of a broader GICHD study on national capacities and residual contamination and is based on both desk-top research and findings from a GICHD mission to Liberia in March 2014. The purpose of the report is to document Liberia’s experience of developing national clearance capacities to address residual contamination, and to identify and present good practices and lessons learnt

Topics: ERW Clearance, mine action, case studies, best practices, international development, humanitarian aid, Conventional Weapons Stockpile Destruction, Liberia, civil war, capacity, Defense and Security Studies, Peace and Conflict Studies, Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration, Public Policy, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Social Policy
Publisher: JMU Scholarly Commons
Year: 2014
OAI identifier: oai:commons.lib.jmu.edu:cisr-globalcwd-2217
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