This annual report provides a global overview of efforts to eliminate cluster munitions. It covers global developments in ban policy, survey and clearance of cluster munition remnants, casualties and victim assistance, and funding support.
Landmine Monitor has been released every year since 1999 and provides a global overview of developments in mine ban policy, use, production, trade, and stockpiling, and also includes information on contamination, clearance, casualties, victim assistance, and support for mine action.
Provides country level data on a broad range of issues related to landmines and cluster munitions, including contamination, casualties and clearance, and their associated cost. The data was compiled from two sources: Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor and annual surveys by the United Nations Mine Action Team.
Hosted by The Center for International Stabilization and Recovery at James Madison University, CORD is a an ordnance identification system enabling web-based search of landmine and other unexploded ordnance data to assist humanitarian demining operations.