|Understanding of anti-personnel mine contamination (20% of overall score)||3|
|National ownership and programme management (10% of overall score)||3|
|Gender (10% of overall score)||3|
|Information management and reporting (10% of overall score)||3|
|Planning and tasking (10% of overall score)||5|
|Land release system (20% of overall score)||4|
|Land release outputs and Article 5 compliance (20% of overall score)||6|
Yemen submitted an Article 5 deadline extension request in 2019, calling for three years in which to conduct nationwide survey and produce a new baseline estimate of anti-personnel mine contamination. HALO Trust started a programme in Yemen, opening an offce in Aden, and the Yemen Executive Mine Action Centre (YEMAC) opened a coordination centre in Aden in April 2020.
- YEMAC should report on developments in mine action to meet its Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention (APMBC) transparency obligations, at a minimum providing annual reports detailing the location of contamination and the results of land release disaggregated by survey and clearance.
- YEMAC should start systematic nationwide survey to establish a baseline estimate of contamination.
- Yemen should step up support to international demining organisations to expedite deployment of survey and clearance capacity and enhance training of YEMAC deminers.
Click here to download the "Clearing the Mines 2020" report for Yemen.