Cambodia

Cambodia is heavily contaminated with anti-personnel mines and cluster munition remnants

Cluster Munition Remnants

Anti-Personnel Mines
  • Performance

    Not Applicable

Recommendations for Action

  • Cambodia should accede to the Convention on Cluster Munitions (CCM) as a matter of priority.
  • Cambodia should apply with its obligations under international human rights law to clear cluster munition remnants (CMR) on territory under its jurisdiction or control as soon as possible.
  • Cambodia should more accurately establish the extent of CMR contamination, through completion of the national baseline survey (BLS) and through further systematic and comprehensive evidence-based survey of suspected hazardous areas (SHAs) generated by the BLS.
  • The Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority (CMAA) should work with operators to elaborate a specifc strategy for survey and clearance of CMR, with realistic annual targets for land release and an accompanying resource mobilisation plan.
  • The CMAA should improve CMR planning and prioritisation guidelines and implement a more targeted and systematic clearance prioritisation process for confrmed hazardous areas (CHAs).
  • The CMAA should review existing national standards on CMR clearance.
  • The CMAA should continue to work to establish an up-to-date and accurate national database that is open to all mine action stakeholders.

Download the 2020 Cluster Munitions Report for Cambodia

Click here to download the full "Clearing Cluster Munition Remnants 2020" report for Cambodia.