Client: Geneva International Center for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD)
Each year, large numbers of civilians are killed and injured by explosive ordnance. These munitions are one of the long-lasting consequences of armed conflicts. They continue to kill, injure and impact the daily life of entire communities even years after conflicts have ended.
- Create an accessible and global e-learning module on the fundamentals of effective EORE
- Targeted not only at professionals within the mine action sector but also general public, who may have no prior experience on EORE.
- “Introduction to Explosive Ordnance Risk Education Essentials” module on the key principles of effective and ethical EORE.
- Gender-inclusive language and ensuring accessibility to persons living with disabilities
- Real-life audio testimonies to better relate to how EORE ethical principles translate to actual mine action work on the ground
- Bespoke illustration with gender, diversity and inclusion considerations in mind
- Course Rating: 4/5
- 90% of learners would recommend the course to their peers