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Advocacy and International Law, Centers and Organizations, Humanitarian Mine Action, HMA, International Development, National Ownership, Landmines, United Nations, UN, Afghanistan, GICHD
In response to the limited guidance on the topic of transition to national ownership, the GICHD commissioned nine country case studies in 2011 to highlight different contexts, processes, challenges, good practices and lessons learnt from the process of transition to national ownership.
Based on lessons learnt and the good practices highlighted in the case studies, the GICHD, in collaboration with UNMAS, produced a Guide on Transitioning Mine Action Programmes to National Ownership.