Nepal: mine risk education

23-03-2012 PublicationRef. T0016

All modern-day armed conflicts have left behind problems of explosive remnants of war (ERW), usually for years or even decades after the conflict ended. Nepal is no exception and during the decade-long conflict the parties to the conflict used improvised explosive devices (IEDs), landmines and other types of explosive devices. Due to the nature of the conflict, explosive ordnance contamination was widespread and has affected many different districts in all five regions of the country.

This publication in Nepali.

  • Copyright: ICRC
  • Release year: 2012
  • Languages available: English, Nepali
  • Type of product: Brochure
  • Reference: T0016

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