The ASEAN Regional Mine Action Center (ARMAC) was established as a follow-up to the ASEAN Leaders’ Statement on the Establishment of an ASEAN Regional Mine Action Center adopted on 18 November 2012. ARMAC has the mandate and functions to serve as a center of excellence to encourage efforts to address explosive remnants of war (ERW) for interested ASEAN Member States (AMS); and facilitate cooperation between the interested AMS and relevant institutions to:
a) Enhance awareness programmes on the dangers of ERW among affected communities;
b) Facilitate appropriate medical and rehabilitation assistance for victims of ERW, upon request from the affected ASEAN Member States; and
c) Assist interested ASEAN Member States in research and Knowledge Sharing on the effects of ERW and efforts to address them, including through writing proposals for Technical Assistance projects and funding, at their specific and individual request.
ARMAC, based in Phnom Penh, was officially launched on 25 May 2016. As an entity associated with ASEAN under Article 16 of the ASEAN Charter, operates in accordance with the Charter and is guided by the ASEAN Political-Security Community Blueprint 2025. The ASEAN Regional Mine Action Center is inviting qualified ASEAN Nationals to apply for the position of Director" id="link" class="link">Executive Director.
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