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Client: Geneva International Center for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD)

Date: 2021

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.


The Challenge

  • 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.

The Solution

  •  “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 

The Result

  • Course Rating: 4/5
  • 90% of learners would recommend the course to their peers

What it looks like

GICHD EORE E-learning Case Study 1
GICHD EORE Cooper Motions visuals and illustration
GICHD EORE Cooper Motions visuals and illustration

Our Client’s Testimonial

eSkills and its team truly are skilled 😊!

Finding and partnering with eSkills has been a tremendous privilege, and we could not be more pleased with the results.

We decided to hire eSkills because the company offers a wide range of services that covered the entire project’s design and development – from pedagogical and instructional design expertise, to sketch artists and video production. In addition, the team took our original concept and accompanied us through a highly professional and human / user focused process.

It has been a pleasure working with Annick, Bastien, Olivia and the rest of the team from the outset of the project. They approached their work with enthusiasm and urgency, listened to and translated our needs into the design and production, and did so in a cost-effective manner, and always with great flexibility, patience and genuine interest for the topic.

Our cooperation with eSkills doesn’t stop here as the GICHD has partnered with them again for the development of another e-learning course!

Matthieu Laruelle, Explosive Ordnance Risk Education Advisor