HALO Trust/UNOHAC 1994 SHAMAN
The HALO Trust/UNOHAC 1994 Shaman dataset was the first attempt of providing an overall assessment of the landmines situation in Mozambique.
Mozambique Landmines Survey 2001
The Mozambique Landmines Survey 2001, conducted by the Canadian International Demining Corps in partnership with Paul F. Wilkinson and Associates Inc., provides an estimate of contamination for each of the ten provinces in the country.
2007-2008 HALO Trust Baseline Assessment
The 2007-2008 HALO Trust Baseline Assessment reconciled and consolidated all existing data from previous surveys and visiting 1.844 suspect areas in the provinces of Tete, Manica, Sofala, Inhambane, Gaza and Maputo.
EVALUATION OF THE UNDP CONTRIBUTION TO MINE ACTION (2016)
This UNDP report examines the impact of mine action on communities and considers the contribution that UNDP support has made to that impact.
SHATTERED DREAMS (2013)
This Humanity & Inclusion report assesses victim assistance operation within 12 districts of the provinces of Inhambane and Sofala based upon a relevant number of mine/ERW survivors to present representative information at a national level.
A REVIEW OF TEN YEARS ASSISTANCE TO THE MINE ACTION PROGRAMME IN MOZAMBIQUE (2005)
This GICHD report provides an overview over the achievements and drawbacks of the first ten years of the Mozambican Mine Action Program.
TRANSITIONING MINE ACTION PROGRAMMES TO NATIONAL OWNERSHIP (2012)
This GICHD report highlights the issues of non-centralization and non-coordination that characterized the National Mine Action Program in Mozambique.
ASSESSMENT OF MOZAMBIQUE'S NATIONAL CAPACITIES TO MANAGE RESIDUAL CONTAMINATION (2014)
This GICHD report analyses the Mozambique’s national capacity to manage residual contamination.
UNITED NATIONS MINE ASSESSMENT AND SURVEY (HALO TRUST / UNOHOAC) (1994)
This HALO Trust report presents the results of the HALO Trust/UNOHAC 1994 SHAMAN survey.