Top

This website works best using harmless anonymous cookies. Allow Don't allow More info

You have chosen not to allow cookies

Disabling cookies may give you a reduced experience of this website. Are you sure you want to disallow them? [Yes] [No]

This website will not use any non-essential cookies. However some pages include embedded content provided by 3rd party websites. This content may use cookies which we cannot control. We suggest you visit the websites for these providers to disable their cookies.

You Tube, Flickr, Vimeo, AmMap, Google, ShareThis, SurveyMonkey, Facebook

Case studies

ANGOLA: Remember them

A water source cleared by MAG

"We are very thankful. Now that the mines have been removed, we have plenty of water for everyone." – Aida, Muxirinjinji village, where MAG's clearance work opened up access to this water source.






LIBYA: Now children carry flyers, not UXO

Children in Zintan, Libya

Youngsters in the town of Zintan can be seen carrying mortars and playing with small ammunition, throwing them into the fire and enjoying watching how they explode. Unfortunately, their parents often do not realise the dangers until an accident occurs.






SRI LANKA: Community rebirth in war-torn Mullaitivu

Suresh was one of 2,140 IDPs who returned to Suthanthipuram

Suresh was one of 2,140 internally displaced people (IDPs) who returned to Suthanthipuram village in June, after MAG released previously inaccessible land that had been contaminated with 69 anti-personnel landmines and 15 items of unexploded ordnance (UXO).






SOMALIA: The devastating effects of unexploded ordnance

UXO accident survivor Abdi-Najib.

Abdi-Najib Hirad Said was left with one leg and a hand missing, and blind in one eye, after playing with an item of unexploded ordnance. His playmate was killed instantly.






SUDAN: Protecting children in Kassala

Schoolchildren in Kassala, Sudan

These children used to struggle to get an education before MAG cleared 120 landmines from minefields surrounding a primary school in Demen, Kassala state.


Partnership and development in Cambodia

Watch on YouTube
More videos

Burundi's lethal leftover weapons

Watch on YouTube
More videos

About MAG


MAG (Mines Advisory Group) saves and improves lives by reducing the devastating effects armed violence and remnants of conflict have on people around the world.
More about MAG...

Contact  |  Terms and conditions  |  Privacy |  Cookies

Follow us


facebook flikr twitter
linkedin ebay youtube

Co-laureate of the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize  |  Registered as a charitable company in the UK  |  Company no: 4016409  Charity no: 1083008  |  ISO 9001:2008 accredited  |  International Mine Action Standards compliant  |  Signatory of the ICRC Code of Conduct  |  Member of the Fundraising Standards Board scheme  |  Registered office: Suite 3A, South Central, 11 Peter Street, Manchester, M2 5QR, United Kingdom