Coalition Against Landmines (CALM) 

Helping child survivors of war get rehabilitation & attend school

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In August 2023, CALM has teamed up with Arbaminch Prosthetics Center in Southern Ethiopia to help children amputated from various causes get rehabilitation and go to school. More information will follow soon.

In 2009, CALM joined the U.S. State Department Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement (PM/WRA), Public-Private Partnership Program to promote humanitarian mine action. 

CALM also joined the United States Campaign to Ban Landmines (USCBL), a coalition of approximately 500 U.S.-based human rights, humanitarian, faith-based, children's, peace, disability, veterans', medical, development, academic, and environmental organizations. USCBL calls for a total ban on antipersonnel landmines and a prohibition on the use, production, and transfer of cluster munitions that cause unacceptable harm to civilians

CALM had partnered with "Mekelle Ortho-Physiotherapy Center (MOPC)" in Ethiopia to provide assistance for child landmine survivors in the region. Following the signing of an Operational Agreement with MOPC on June 03, 2008, CALM launched Project TG to help two child landmine survivors from "Tahtay Maychew" and "TahtayAditabo" districts in Tigray region. Project TG was concluded in 2013.