LAND MINE AWARENESS EDUCATION PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND
CAMPAIGN MATERIALS DEVELOPED IN
UNESCO/IBE,UNICEF/Sarajevo and UNHCR/Sarajevo
This is the preliminary report and the materials being produced
by UNICEF, UNESCO/IBE and UNHCR in Bosnia. It represents enriched curriculum
developed locally based on the contributions of similar programmes from
Rwanda, Somalia, and Croatia provided to the field workers through the
contribution of this GINIE home page of Land Mine Awareness Education.
- Mine Awareness
for Schools in the Federation of Bosnia Herzegovina
A set of methodological guidelines and an action plan
Produced by UNESCO/IBE/GENEVA, UNICEF/Sarajevo, UNHCR/Sarajevo
Mine-Awareness Education: a country review and curriculum guidelines for
Written by Pamela Baxter, Jennifer Fisher and Gonzalo Retamal
Learned: Land Mine Awareness Education Programme in Bosnia
Written by Pamela Baxter and Kerstin Hoffman
- Land Mine Awareness Education Kit Components
- Poster (B1 size)
One poster will be produced for each classroom. the central image,
of the foot about to step on the mine, will be used on a number kit items.
Each of the eight panels is, one the left, a realistic depiction of a mine
or weapon with its name and, on the right, an illustration of the setting
in which it is likely to be found. Underneath is a warning. It is meant
to be an educational poster and to be supported by information provided
in the manual.
Each primary school child will get a leaflet to take home. The two sheets(a
and b) go back-to-back. the colors for the village scene will be quite
different from what's shown here, but these should give an idea. the brilliant
yellow explosion is another image visible in other products. note that
the outside cover scene is a tranquil village, while in the inside cover
various mines and UXOs are revealed and identified by the outside panel.
Each primar school child will get a timetable to use both at home
and at school. it has the class schedule for each day for the term/year.
this one is folded in half and can sit on the desk. Note that the shadow
images are mines and UXOs. Once again, the colors will be somewhat different.
Each child will get a sticker. It has the conventional mine sigh(red triangle)
along with instructions on what to do when a mine is found.
- Teacher's Manual
UNICEF/ Mine Action Center and DC Comics