Around the world, conflict and violence against civilians show no sign of abatement. Both the need and the demand for our work on behalf of civilians in conflict are, alas, steadily growing. The tools we helped develop and implement in countries and conflicts as diverse as Afghanistan and Somalia have been effective at preventing harm to civilians and addressing its consequences, proving we can adapt our work to myriad contexts and actors.
This document represents our plan to respond to the growing call for our expertise and sets out our overarching goal for the next three years: to improve the protections afforded to civilians in conflicts around the world, working toward the development of a global standard for civilian harm mitigation.
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