Emergency Mine Risk Education Toolkit: Emergency MRE Handbook

Mine risk education (MRE) is a preventive health and education initiative that seeks to save the lives and limbs of civilian adults and children who are either living with the threat of landmines or ERW, or who are likely to face such a threat (for example, during and following the repatriation or return of displaced persons). Its primary strategy is to instil safe behaviour by raising awareness and educating both those at risk as well as those around them who can influence their behaviour. 

This Toolkit is designed to take an MRE project manager or project team step-by-step through the first six weeks of an emergency MRE campaign. 

Published 2019-01-08

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Publication year
2008

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Publication year
2008