Afghanistan remains one of the countries most impacted by explosive hazards in the world, with an average monthly civilian casualty rate of over 120 in 2019, the majority of the casualties being children. Despite decades of mine action work, around 1,506.9 sq. Km of explosive hazard contaminated land remains, impacting 1,484 communities. The risk posed by ‘legacy contamination’ has been surpassed in recent years by anti-personnel mines of an improvised nature (APM/IN) and explosive remnants of war (ERW), which are the leading driver behind the high number of civilian casualties. Explosive hazard contamination is not only dangerous, and obstructs the delivery of humanitarian assistance, but is also an obstacle to national efforts to promote development as it undermines the reach and scope of development activities.
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