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 Program Resume - Azerbaijan National Agency For Mine Action (ANAMA)

 Duration: 31.10.2000 - present
 Location: Fizuli
 Donors: UNDP
 Sectors: Other

AZERBAIJAN NATIONAL
AGENCY FOR MINE ACTION

General

ANAMA is a nationally executed UNDP project that was signed with the Government of Azerbaijan in April 1999. The project is implemented by ANAMA through a number of agencies, NGO and companies. The role of ANAMA is to monitor, coordinate and manage mine action assets that are used in the Republic of Azerbaijan.

Achievements To Date
Facilities

  • ANAMA Headquarter in Baku
  • Permanent Base and Training Camp in Fizuli district
  • Warehouse in Baku
  • Completed initial procurement program

Management Issues

  • National Standards for Mine Action
  • National Strategic Plan
  • Year 2000 Work Plan
  • National NGO Standing Operating Procedures

Human Resources Development

  • Contracting INGO Mine Advisory Group for training and supervision of demining operations
  • Trained and fielded a demining team and medical support in the NNGO Relief Azerbaijan
  • Contracting INGO MineTech to provide explosive detecting dog support to demining operations
  • Contracting NNGO EuroAsia Press Fund to conduct a Level 1 Survey

Ongoing activities

  • Conducting emergency clearance and marking operations on the minefields
  • Needs Assessment of mine awareness
  • UNICEF Mine Awareness Project (MAP) in close coordination with ANAMA

Planned Activities

  • Train and deploy a 5 person survey team.
  • Train and deploy a 2 person training team.
  • Train and deploy a 2 person supervisory team.
  • Train and deploy 4 level one survey teams.
  • Train and deploy a second demining team.
  • Cross train one of the teams as a battle area clearance team.
  • Train and deploy an EOD capacity.
  • Develop a mechanical clearance plan.
  • Assist UNICEF in the implementation of their MAP.
  • Develop a mine victims support plan.
  • Develop a quality assurance and dog support NNGO.

Current Funding Status

  • The ANAMA HQ and UNOPS Advisory Components are funded until November 2000.
  • The Demining NNGO is funded until November 2000.
  • The INGO MAG is funded until November 2000.
  • The Level One Survey is funded until July 2001.
  • The Dog Support agency is funded until January 2001 with committed funds through to October 2001.

Funding Received To Date

Donor/Country

When Received

Amount

Government of Azerbaijan

1999

127,000
UNDP

1999

500,000
Japan

2000

500,000
Canada

2000

65,000
USA for UNICEF

2000

220,000
USA for UNDP Mine Action Project

2000

500,000
Swiss Government in kind

1999/2000

120,000
Norway

2000

112,000
World Bank for Facilities and Equipment

1999/2000

381,544
Total   2,405,544

Funding Pledged To Date

Donor/Country

When Pledged

Amount

Government of Azerbaijan

1999/2000

233,000
Government of Azerbaijan

2001

200,000
USA for UNDP

2001

To Be Confirmed
Norway

2001

112,000
Total   545,000

Funding Shortfall and Priority

Activity to be Funded

Deadline

Priority

Amount Required

ANAMA HQ and UNOPS for 2000

Oct 2000

1

100,000
International Training and Supervision NGO for 2000

Nov 2000

2

20,000
Demining NNGO for 2000

Nov 2000

3

30,000
Urgently Required     150,000
ANAMA HQ and UNOPS for 2001

Dec 2000

4

600,000
Demining NNGO for 2001

Dec 2000

5

300,000
International Training and Supervision NGO for 2001

Dec 2000

6

300,000
Required before the end of 2000     1,200,000
Expansion of Demining NNGO Capacity

Jan 2001

7

420,000
Development of a dog facility

Jan 2001

8

200,000
Mine Victim Support activities

Jan 2001

9

250,000
Create and develop a dog support NGO

Jun 2001

10

540,000
Explosive Ordnance Disposal Capacity

Jun 2001

11

300,000
Mechanical Development Capacity Jun 2001

12

800,000

Summary

  • The aim is to build a sustainable national capacity capable of dealing with the current threat, which is also capable of rapid expansion to deal with challenges associated with the return of the occupied areas.
  • This capacity once created could conceivably be utilized as a regional asset, capable of supporting neighboring countries with mine and UXO problems.
  • The return of occupied areas during our initial phase of capacity building will cause some serious problems.

November 2000



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