The victim-assistance component of the Acción Integral contra las Minas Antipersonal program was established in Nicaragua in 1997, and similar programs were set up across Central America. In Nicaragua, the AICMA victim-assistance element aims to help landmine victims obtain physical and psychological care, and provides them access to medical specialists they could not otherwise see. With many victims unable to pay for their medical treatment, the AICMA is coordinating funding and removing the financial burden of travel and lodging for treatment.
"Comprehensive Medical Assistance for Landmine Survivors in Nicaragua,"
The Journal of ERW and Mine Action
: Vol. 13
, Article 8.
Available at: https://commons.lib.jmu.edu/cisr-journal/vol13/iss1/8
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