LANDMINE MONITOR REPORT 2008
CASUALTY DATA AND SURVIVOR ASSISTANCE QUESTIONNAIRE
A. ORGANIZATIONAL INFORMATION
ORGANIZATION: NAME OF PROGRAM:
(Provide the details of the person completing the form at the end)
When did the program commence? Is there an end date? Why or why not?
; Type of Program: (Place X by clicking in boxes as applicable)
Data Collection Emergency Medical Care
Continuing Medical Care Physical Rehabilitation
Psychological Support & Social Reintegration Economic Reintegration
Capacity-Building & Sustainability Legislation, Public Awareness Brief description of program (provide a copy of your strategic plan if available):
Any significant new information about your organization’s activities for the period May 2007 to May 2008:
What was your main area of progress in 2007? What was your main challenge in 2007?
; Do partners (government, international organizations, NGOs, …) support your program?
If so, which partners, how do they provide support? If not, why?
Is your program planning a transition of activities to governmental or other organizations? (provide details on which activities, when and why)
Has the program been evaluated internally or externally? If so, who did the evaluation and what were its results? (If the evaluation is available for reference, provide a copy)
B. SITUATION ANALYSIS
How would you assess the survivor assistance situation in your country?
Which strategic frameworks are in place relevant to Who is responsible for coordinating and survivor assistance? (Provide detail and/or a copy) implementing the strategic framework(s)?
Who are the other partners involved in What are their responsibilities?
implementing the strategic framework(s)?
How has/ve the framework(s) been used and Have any changes occurred to the use and implemented in your country in 2007? implementation of the framework(s) for the period
May 2007 to May 2008? (Provide detail)
Are you consulted in the creation of survivor How does your organization work with this/these
assistance strategic frameworks? If so, how? framework(s)?
How is progress in achieving the goals of the strategic framework(s) monitored?
What was the main area of progress in 2007? What was the main challenge in 2007?
Which legislation and/or programs are adequately Which legislation and/or programs are NOT
implemented to ensure the rights of people with adequately implemented to ensure the rights of disabilities? How? people with disabilities? Why?
C. CASUALTY AND SERVICE PROVISION DATA
; CASUALTY DATA: If you collect casualty data, please provide us with at least the
following casualty details for the period 1 January to 31 December 2007 if recorded in your
system. (Note: These fields apply to each individually recorded casualty.)
Example of data query detail:
Date of Killed Civilian Incidbirth Place Date of ent Activity OccupArea Received Or age Gender Device type of incident Injured Military ID type ation marked MRE incident no.
12/5/07 6/5/75 Male killed clustermunition Civilian 1234 farming farmer no N/A Ag
12/5/07 25/3/90 Male injured AP mine Civilian 1234 farming farmer no yes Ag
; SERVICE PROVISION: Please provide us with the following detail on the number of people
benefiting from your services between 1 January and 31 December 2007 (use this form by
typing numbers in the default fields) (PWD= people with disabilities)
Total Number of the Number of the Total Victim Number of Total Survivors Total Survivors Number Assistance Service Type Service definitions guide Survivors Receiving Injured in 2007 Other PWD pillar Served in Multiple Receiving Served 2007* Services Services
Emergency First Aid Emergency medical assistance N/A Medical Care Emergency transportation Transportation N/A immediately after the incident
Continuing Surgical treatment of mine/ERW-Surgical Care N/A Medical Care related injuries
Other Medical Medical treatment for mine/ERW N/A Care injury-related issues
Physical Prosthetics & Provision of prosthetic limbs, orthotics Rehabilitation Devices or mobility devices
Therapeutic sessions for mobility Physical Therapy needs
Occupational Therapy providing increased physical Therapy integration with daily activities
Psychological Peer Support Institutional or community-based Support and Groups survivor support groups
Social Professional Counseling services provided by Reintegration Counseling trained medical professionals Sport activities either inclusive of or Sports exclusive to PWD and/or survivors
Formal groups convened for the PWD/Survivor benefit and/or support of associations PWD/survivors specifically
Economic Credit-based projects to assist with Loans/micro-credit Reintegration economic reintegration
Income-Projects to assist with economic generation reintegration that are not credit-based projects/grants
Vocational training Training to provide work skills
Placements through employment Job placement services
Educational Scholarships and other educational Support support
Services to PWD/survivors that do Miscellaneous/ not fall into the previous sub- Other Services categories (specify type)
*each person is counted only once, even if this person received multiple services
; Further, regarding data collection- How does your system allow monitoring of the
a) Immediate and ongoing outcomes of services to beneficiaries?
b) Total number of individual beneficiaries?
c) Number of beneficiaries out of the total number of the target population?
With which state institutions do you share your data and why?
Which state bodies share data (i.e. hospitals, What does your organization use the data provided rehabilitation centers, ministries or departments of for (i.e. for which services or monitoring)?
health, insurance, employment etc.) and what sort of
data is received?
D. VA24 PROGRESS
; Does your country have VA24 status? If YES, please answer the following questions:
(SMART = Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-based)
Who is responsible for the creation and How are you involved in the creation and implementation of SMART objectives through the implementation of the SMART objectives?
Which governmental agencies do you work with in What is your progress in achieving the objectives? implementing the SMART objectives?
Who do you report progress to and why? Has your country received assistance from the
Implementation Support Unit of the GICHD in 2007 or
2008? If so, what type of support?
What is the annual budget for the program:
; Who are the funding sources for the program and how much was provided in 2007:
contribution (in numbers or Source Name Service/s funded (in numbers) words)
Was there a funding shortage in 2007 and to May How did funding constraints affect service provision
2008? Why? in 2007 and to May 2008?
For how long in the future has program funding been secured? Is this sufficient?
F. COMMENTS ON LANDMINE MONITOR
Has your organization read or used the Landmine Was any content in Landmine Monitor Report 2007
Monitor Report 2007? Describe: considered to be inaccurate? Please describe:
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Casualty Case Definition
An individual who has been injured or killed as a result of a mine or ERW incident (This definition excludes
deaths and injuries caused by other sources, such as small arms, fireworks, and commercial explosives
not used for a military purpose). Included in new casualty data are individuals injured inside the casualty Casualty data reporting area who are from other areas. Also, individuals injured outside the casualty data reporting
area, but who reside or have moved within it should be included in data collection, but not identified as
Demographic Type Landmine Monitor Demographic Type Definitions
Man A civilian male casualty over 18 years of age
Boy A civilian male casualty under 18 years of age
Woman A civilian female casualty over 18 years of age
Girl A civilian female casualty under 18 years of age
All military, police, paramilitary or other personnel involved in military or paramilitary actions, Security Forces peacekeeping or civil defense, regardless of age or sex
Deminer All casualties employed by official non-military demining or clearance agencies
Unknown A casualty about which no details whatsoever are known
Unknown Male A civilian male casualty about whom no age information is available
Unknown Female A civilian female casualty about whom no age information is available
Unknown Child A child civilian casualty about whom no sex information is available
Unknown Adult An adult civilian casualty about whom no sex information is available
Device Type Landmine Monitor Device Type Definitions
Aa mine designed to explode in the presence or proximity of, or in contact with, a person and that can Antipersonnel Mine disable, injure or kill one or more persons.
A landmine designed to be activated by a vehicle; often also referred to as “anti-tank mine” These fall Antivehicle Mine under a category known as Mines Other Than Anti-Personnel Mines (MOTAPM)
A landmine of either unidentified type or of any type that was not activated by the casualty or a vehicle –
Other Mine such as command-detonated mines of all types; any landmine explosion for which the cause of detonation
cannot be clearly and specifically determined
A munition that, to perform its task, separates from a parent cluster munition. These can be either aerially Cluster Submunitions or artillery delivered.
Explosive Remnants of War include both Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) and Abandoned Ordnance (AXO).
Other ERW All other explosive ordnance of known type, no matter how delivered to the target, which are not cluster
Unknown ERW Any and all ERW which is of an unknown device type
Victim-Activated IED An improvised explosive device which is clearly and specifically activated by the casualty
Command Detonated IED An improvised explosive device activated by someone other than the casualty
Unknown Device Any and all devices which cannot be clearly and specifically identified as one of the above device types
Service Type Landmine Monitor Survivor Assistance Service Type Definitions
Emergency Medical Care Includes first aid, and transportation, to respond effectively to landmine and other traumatic injuries (EMC)
Continuing Medical Care Includes surgery, pain management, and additional medical care to assist in the rehabilitation of (CMC) survivors
Includes physiotherapy, production and fitting of prostheses, pre- and post-prosthetic care, repair and Physical Rehabilitation (PR) adjustment of prostheses, provision and maintenance of assistive devices and wheelchairs, and
rehabilitative assistance for the deaf or blind
Psychosocial Support and Includes community-based peer support groups, professional counseling services, sports, and
Reintegration (PS) associations for the disabled.
Includes skills and vocational training, literacy training, income-generating projects, small business Economic Reintegration (ER) loans, and job placement.