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ANGOLA: 'I never saw the others again'

Posted: 21st April 2010

Safety messages given by MAG’s Community Liaison staff saved Mussole’s life.

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CAMBODIA: Learning platform

Posted: 19th April 2010

Before MAG cleared dangerous land in the Cambodian community of Veal, the local school had no proper building, with classes taken underneath villagers’ houses.

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SUDAN: 'They would come, survey and leave; come, survey and leave...'

Posted: 14th April 2010

Until MAG arrived, Justin Modi feared his land in southern Sudan would never be cleared of mines.

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D.R. CONGO: Improving access to safe drinking water

Posted: 12th April 2010

MAG's work in Ikela, a major site of conflict during the second Congolese civil war, has improved drinking water facilities for thousands of people.

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D.R. CONGO: MAG represents NGO sector on international Landmine Day

Posted: 9th April 2010

MAG was chosen once again to represent the NGO sector in DRC on the occasion of the international Landmine Day celebrations.

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VIETNAM: Helping ordinary people

Posted: 9th April 2010

Life is not beautiful, even during peacetime, for people who still worry that one day an unexploded bomb will detonate when they are working on their land.

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D.R. CONGO: Bringing the village of Pepa back to life

Posted: 8th April 2010

Pepa, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, stands as an example of how livelihoods can be transformed by MAG’s work.

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IRAQ: Two cleared minefields given back to local communities

Posted: 1st April 2010

MAG, in coordination with the Iraqi Kurdistan Mine Action Agency, will hand over two cleared minefields – more than 30,000 square metres of land – to local communities in Dohuk governorate on Sunday.

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ANGOLA: Helping conflict-affected communities to escape poverty

Posted: 1st April 2010

Often it is not lack of fertile land, trade opportunities or local authority support that prevents communities in conflict-affected areas from escaping poverty, but landmines or other deadly unexploded ordnance.

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SUDAN: A teacher's message

Posted: 1st April 2010

The headteacher of a primary school in the conflict-ridden town of Kapoeta explains the importance of MAG’s work for the future of his country.

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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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