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South Sudan-Protecting boys and girls in South Sudan from injuries related to landmines and other explosive remnants of war Project.

Project Duration : Jan 2013 - Dec 2013

Appealing Agency :


Project Title : Protecting boys and girls in South Sudan from injuries related to landmines and other

explosive remnants of war.

Project Code : SSD-13/MA/55463/R

Sector/Cluster : MINE ACTION

Objectives : To reduce injuries and deaths related to landmines and explosive remnants of war

(ERW) through mine risk education for people, especially boys, girls and youth living

in locations contaminated by landmines.

Beneficiaries Total: 80,000 45,000 boys &15,000 girls

Children: 60,000

Women: 10,000

Other group: 10,000 men from communities, IDPs and returnees


Current Funds Requested : $666,879.00


Priority : 2. HIGH PRIORITY

Gender Marker Code : 2a - The project is designed to contribute significantly to gender equality

Contact Details : Fatuma Ibrahim,, +211 (0) 955 566 917

Enhanced Geographical Fields :


Eastern Equatoria - Kapoeta South

Eastern Equatoria - Magwi

Eastern Equatoria - Torit

Eastern Equatoria - Ikotos

Jonglei - Ayod

Jonglei - Bor South

Jonglei - Duk

Unity - Abiemnhom

Unity - Mayom

Unity - Pariang

Unity - Rubkona

Upper Nile - Baliet

Upper Nile - Fashoda

Upper Nile - Malakal

Upper Nile - Manyo

Upper Nile - Panyikang

Central Equatoria - Juba

Central Equatoria - Kajo-Keji

Central Equatoria - Lainya

Central Equatoria - Terekeka


The risks of people sustaining injuries and dying as a result of Landmines and accidents from other explosive remnants

of war (ERWs) still remains a major threat for boys, girls and women in South Sudan. South Sudan is one of the

countries globally affected by Landmines and explosive Remnants of War (ERWs), with its level of infections affecting all

of the 10 States of South Sudan.

According to United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS), IMSMA report of December 2012, there were 3,258

accidents where 3,359 specified people who sustained injuries and 1,282 people killed from Landmines and Explosive

Remnants (ERWs), a significant number of children are reported to have been affected. There has also been recent

incident of Mine accident reported in Warrap which involved children, yet some of these areas are not traditionally

contaminated, it could be that the landmines which were buried in the ground were exposed following the heavy rains, it

is also assumed that some of the mines and ERW could have come to these new areas as a result of the flooding

experienced in certain parts of Warrap. Communities living such areas have never had to worry about landmines and

Page 1 of 3suddenly they are faced with new dangers and risks and which they are not prepared for in anyway.

During the 1st quarter of 2011, there were reports of 12 incidences of fresh laying of Landmines in Unity, Upper Nile

(Malakal town) and Jonglei

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Publication:Mena Report
Geographic Code:6SUDA
Date:Jul 13, 2013
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