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MAG Sri Lanka’s female deminers tell their stories

Posted: 1st March 2011

Ahead of International Women's Day 2011 on March 8th, themed ‘Pathway to decent work for women’, we profile the members of MAG Sri Lanka’s all-female Mine Action Team.

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SOMALIA: Largest haul of mines destroyed

Posted: 17th February 2011

MAG's EOD experts working in Puntland destroyed more that 380 Anti-Personnel landmines

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IRAQ: Clearing land of mines and UXO for agricultural use

Posted: 16th February 2011

"MAG staff are angels and they came to my village to save me," said Kezhan Shukor. Kezhan and her family live in Farqan, a small village a few miles from the former ‘green line’, the military boundary that separated northern and central Iraq.

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SUDAN: From landmines to markets

Posted: 7th February 2011

The Sustainable Livelihoods and Mine Action project - SLAM - aims to promote improved and equitable development opportunities for conflict-affected communities in the Western and Central Equatoria states of southern Sudan.

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SOMALIA: The devastating effects of unexploded ordnance

Posted: 1st February 2011

MAG's Mine Risk Education programme in Somalia seeks to prevent the type of accident that left schoolboy Abdi-Najib with horrendous injuries.

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SOMALIA: Mine Risk Education

Posted: 1st February 2011

Many people in Somalia keep private stockpiles of small arms and other munitions within the homes - MAG has developed a unique community education programme designed to help mitigate against the risks.

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CAMBODIA: Landmine and unexploded ordnance casualty figures

Posted: 31st January 2011

MAG’s operations in Cambodia are focused in the areas with the greatest number of landmine casualties.

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Thank You to all our supporters

Posted: 24th January 2011

Hello, I'm Lou McGrath, MAG's Chief Executive, and I'd like to say thanks for helping MAG to achieve so much in 2010...

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SOUTH SUDAN: Protecting children and farming communities from landmines

Posted: 14th January 2011

Informing children of the dangers of landmines is crucial - especially when there's a suspected minefield 100 metres from the local primary school.

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LAO PDR: US Government helps MAG clear unexploded ordnance

Posted: 4th January 2011

The US Government and MAG are assisting more communities in the provinces of Xieng Khouang and Khammouane to clear unexploded ordnance.

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