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At the global level, current and former
NSAs are contributing to humanitarian mine action, understood as activities
which aim to reduce the social, economic and environmental impact of landmines
and unexploded ordnance. The present report, which completes the 2005 report
"Armed Non-State Actors and Landmines. Volume I: A Global Report Profiling
NSAs and Their Use, Acquisition, Production, Transfer and Stockpiling of
Landmines", aims to add to the knowledge concerning the involvement of
NSAs in mine action.
Current and former NSAs are or have been involved in humanitarian mine action - understood as activities which aim to reduce the social, economic and environmental impact of landmines and explosive remnants of war (ERW) globally.