Explosive Violence Monitor: 2023

In 2023, AOAV recorded 47,476 deaths and injuries as a result of the use of explosive weapons around the world. Civilians continued to suffer disproportionately, accounting for 73% of total casualties, with 34,791 civilian deaths and injuries.

Explosive Violence Monitor: 2022

In 2022, AOAV recorded 31,273 deaths and injuries as a result of the use of explosive weapons around the world. Civilians continued to suffer disproportionately, accounting for 66% of total casualties, with 20,793 civilian deaths and injuries.

2022: a year of explosive violence harm reviewed

AOAV recorded an 83% increase in civilian casualties of explosive weapon use in 2022.

Explosive Violence Monitor: 2020

In 2020, AOAV recorded 18,747 deaths and injuries as a result of the use of explosive weapons around the world. Civilians continued to suffer disproportionately, accounting for 59% of total casualties, with 11,056 civilian deaths and injuries.

Explosive Violence Monitor: 2019

In 2019, AOAV recorded 29,485 deaths and injuries as a result of the use of explosive weapons around the world. Civilians continued to suffer disproportionately, accounting for 66% of total casualties, with 19,401 civilian deaths and injuries.

Explosive Violence Monitor: 2018

In 2018, AOAV recorded 32,110 deaths and injuries as a result of the use of explosive weapons around the world. Civilians continued to suffer disproportionately, accounting for 70% of total casualties, with 22,342 civilian deaths and injuries.

Explosive Violence Monitor: 2017

In 2017, AOAV recorded 42,972 deaths and injuries as a result of the use of explosive weapons around the world. Civilians continued to suffer disproportionately, accounting for 74% of total casualties, with 31,904 civilian deaths and injuries.

Explosive Violence Monitor: 2016

In 2016, AOAV recorded 45,624 deaths and injuries as a result of the use of explosive weapons around the world. Civilians continued to suffer disproportionately, accounting for 70% of total casualties, with 32,088 civilian deaths and injuries.

Explosive Violence Monitor: 2015

In 2015, AOAV recorded 43,786 deaths and injuries as a result of the use of explosive weapons around the world. Civilians continued to suffer disproportionately, accounting for 76% of total casualties, with 33,307 civilian deaths and injuries.

Explosive Violence Monitor: 2014

In 2014, AOAV recorded 41,847 deaths and injuries as a result of the use of explosive weapons around the world. Civilians continued to suffer disproportionately, accounting for 78% of total casualties, with 32,662 civilian deaths and injuries.

Explosive Violence Monitor: 2013

In 2013, AOAV recorded 37,809 deaths and injuries as a result of the use of explosive weapons around the world. Civilians continued to suffer disproportionately, accounting for 82% of total casualties, with 31,076 civilian deaths and injuries.

Explosive Violence Monitor: 2012

In 2012, AOAV recorded 34,758 deaths and injuries as a result of the use of explosive weapons around the world. Civilians continued to suffer disproportionately, accounting for 78% of total casualties, with 27,025 civilian deaths and injuries.