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Posted: 5th September 2011

Sulah’s three-year-old sister found a hand grenade. Sulah and his mother were the only survivors from the resulting explosion. Help us stop tragedies like this.

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Staff profile: Helping women in Sudan

Posted: 17th August 2011

Fawzia Mahmoud Saeed is driven by a desire to help those most at risk from landmines and unexploded ordnance – and to contribute to a better future for women and children in her home state of Kassala.

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S.SUDAN: A quick response to UXO saves lives

Posted: 1st August 2011

“Come quickly, come quickly, I’ve found another one,” shouts a man riding his bicycle towards the tents at MAG’s temporary campsite in Magwi where a Community Liaison team was preparing for a day in the field.

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MAG announces appointment of new Chief Executive

Posted: 25th July 2011

MAG is delighted to announce the appointment of Nick Roseveare MBE as its new Chief Executive.

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IRAQ: Eleven minefields safely returned to communities in Kirkuk

Posted: 21st July 2011

Almost 490,000 square metres of land that was heavily contaminated by landmines and other unexploded ordnance (UXO) has been cleared, and will now be used for farming and infrastructure projects.

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BURUNDI: Humanitarian Mine Clearance photo report

Posted: 13th July 2011

See how a mobile demining team operates, from the construction of a control post to discovering a deadly anti-personnel landmine.

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D.R. CONGO: Graduation day for two new MAG-FARDC demining teams

Posted: 11th July 2011

MAG celebrated the graduation of two Manual Clearance Teams composed of members of the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The teams have been formed with the support of the UK Department for International Development under MAG’s new “Linking Mine Action and Development” project.

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S.SUDAN: Making Independence Day safe in Juba

Posted: 7th July 2011

MAG was asked by the Government of South Sudan to help clear John Garang Memorial of unexploded ordnance before 9 July independence ceremonies.

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SUDAN: Returnees hope for a life of peace and security

Posted: 6th July 2011

MAG is giving safety messages at Kosti way station in North Sudan, where thousands of southern returnees are waiting to board barges to take them to the South.

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VIETNAM: MAG clears 100,000 items of UXO in Quang Tri

Posted: 6th July 2011

MAG achieved a significant milestone in Vietnam last month, removing and destroying its 100,000th item of unexploded ordnance in Quang Tri province.

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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.
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