P04-GL22National mine action authorities, local and international non-governmental organizations (NGOs), UN Mine Action Service (UNMAS), UN Development Programme (UNDP), other UN and international organizations, other stakeholdersCommunities and individuals affected by landmines and explosive remnants of war (ERW); national implementing partners; mine action partners; mine and ERW victims, especially children and womenNo
ProjectUNICEF Landmines and Small Arms Team
Area of Workn.A.
Appealing Agency
Project Contact PersonBaaser, Sharif (sbaaser@unicef.org)
Project Budget2010: US $2,371,120.00
Funds Requested2010: US $2,371,120.00
Implementing PartnersNational mine action authorities, local and international non-governmental organizations (NGOs), UN Mine Action Service (UNMAS), UN Development Programme (UNDP), other UN and international organizations, other stakeholders
Targeted BeneficiariesCommunities and individuals affected by landmines and explosive remnants of war (ERW); national implementing partners; mine action partners; mine and ERW victims, especially children and women
Project Duration01-01-2010 through 01-12-2011
Project CodeP04-GL22
BUDGET ITEMS IN US$2010
Advocacy and support to international agreements and related legal instrumentsUS $60,000.00
Equipment, organizational support costsUS $155,120.00
Provision of training, technical capacity building of partners/practitionersUS $150,000.00
Support to ongoing programmes, emergency responses at country and regional levelsUS $1,200,000.00
Technical support, programme monitoring for 23-plus countriesUS $626,000.00
Training and technical support on epidemiology and victim data collectionUS $180,000.00
TOTALUS $2,371,120.00

The Landmines and Small Arms Team will support the implementation of UNICEF and UN mine action strategies in affected countries. It also seeks to influence global policy and debate by providing experiences and best practices, standards, tools, guidelines and training packages; coordinating and promoting best practices in mine risk education; supporting inter-agency coordination; and undertaking global advocacy and research on issues related to landmines, ERW including cluster munitions, other indiscriminate weapons, and the rights of victims of these weapons and other persons with disabilities.

*Provide quality assurance through technical support on mine risk education, victim assistance, and advocacy programming at country and regional levels.
*Conduct research, and develop standards, policies, tools and training to promote best practices in mine risk education and assistance to survivors, especially children.
*Support UNICEF's role as an integral part of UN country teams in implementing relevant Security Council resolutions on children affected by armed conflict.
*Promote gender mainstreaming in mine action policies and programmes.
*Provide training and technical support for field epidemiology for mine action and victim surveillance and data collection.
*Integrate a mine action perspective into work on the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
*Co-convene a Mine Risk Education Advisory Group and International Mine Risk Education Working Group.
*Support global, regional and country-level advocacy around the anti-personnel mine-ban treaty, Convention on Cluster Munitions, and other related treaties and instruments.
*Conduct resource mobilization for country offices and headquarters.

*National, UNICEF, UN and NGO capacities to meet risk reduction and victim assistance needs in an appropriate, effective and timely fashion will be enhanced.
*The `value for DECIMAL` in mine risk education in affected countries will increase.
*There will be effective country team and national responses to issues raised by the Security Council with respect to children affected by armed conflict.
*Effective partnerships will develop with other UN agencies, national and international institutions, NGOs and donors.
*The rights of survivors and children affected by landmines and ERW will be promoted, protected and realized through the Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities.
*There will be increased compliance with and development of political and legal instruments related to landmines, ERW and other weapons that have indiscriminate effects on civilians.
*The integration of mine action into UNICEF and humanitarian, human rights and development programmes will improve.

$150 0002010Provision of training, technical capacity building of partners/practitioners
$150 0002011Provision of training, technical capacity building of partners/practitioners
$1 200 0002010Support to ongoing programmes, emergency responses at country and regional levels
$1 200 0002011Support to ongoing programmes, emergency responses at country and regional levels
$626 0002010Technical support, programme monitoring for 23-plus countries
$626 0002011Technical support, programme monitoring for 23-plus countries
$180 0002010Training and technical support on epidemiology and victim data collection
$180 0002011Training and technical support on epidemiology and victim data collection
$60 0002010Advocacy and support to international agreements and related legal instruments
$60 0002011Advocacy and support to international agreements and related legal instruments
$155 1202010Equipment, organizational support costs
$155 1202011Equipment, organizational support costs
Friday, January 1, 2010 to Thursday, December 1, 20112010NoBaaser, Sharif