Credits for photos appearing in the GMAP banner are attributed as follows:
2008 (c) Johan Eklund - The Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency training a Lebanese woman to clear cluster munitions and other types of unexploded ordnance in the surroundings of Tyre in the south of Lebanon.
2009 (c) Alistair Moir - In 2009 MAG trained the EOD team to have a dual capacity enabling them to additionally deliver Mine Risk Education. This photo was taken in Garowe at a local secondary school. Women and children are particularly vulnerable in Somalia as they are often the designated family members tending to livestock in suspected hazardous zones.
2005 (c) Halo Trust - A father and daughter, both mine survivors, sit outside their house in Maharsrob village. They are two of 25 victims in Maharsrob. A study commissioned by HALO found that the residents of the village knew the location of the surrounding minefields but, as is often the case in Cambodia, depended on the land for foraging.
2007 (c) Sean Hawkey - A group of young Indian women training as rural health workers and disaster preparedness organisers in their villages. The training programme was set up using funds provided as part of the tsunami relief programmes through ACT International. This group will attend some 100,000 people in the Chidambaram district, Tamil Nadu, India.