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SOUTH SUDAN: Minefield clearance will help community to walk without fear

Posted: 20th February 2013

“When we came back after the fighting ended, we knew the Sudan Armed Forces had been here and we were worried about landmines, but we didn’t know which areas were mined,” says Alfred Ohuda, community leader of Kimodonge village, near the town of Torit in Eastern Equatoria state.

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المجموعة الاستشارية للألغام (ماج)- ليبيا: ان

Posted: 18th February 2013

Maximising long-term impact in Libya.

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IRAQ: Camp for Syrian refugees is set up thanks to MAG

Posted: 8th February 2013

It’s impossible to underestimate the importance of Domiz Refugee Camp for the 45,000-plus Syrians now living in this northern Iraq sanctuary after fleeing their country’s civil war.

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CAMBODIA: 20 years of hard work - Un Sarath's story

Posted: 18th January 2013

The first landmine and unexploded ordnance (UXO) clearance staff comprised 22 demobilised and reintegrated former Cambodian Government soldiers, three of whom still work for MAG.

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LIBYA: Maximising the long-term impact

Posted: 14th January 2013

The greatest asset MAG has is its people. The vast majority of MAG’s global staff are nationals from the countries where we operate.

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SRI LANKA: Schools reborn on former minefields

Posted: 11th January 2013

MAG's work in the war-torn region of Puthukudiyiruppu in northern Sri Lanka has helped hundreds of children get back to school.

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IRAQ: Development in Dohuk after landmine clearance

Posted: 8th January 2013

A new development project is taking place on former minefields in northern Iraq, bringing hope of a better future in a region that suffered tremendously under the Saddam Hussein regime.

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The 10 most watched videos of 2012

Posted: 20th December 2012

The most popular videos on MAG's You Tube channel during 2012.

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The 10 most liked photos of 2012

Posted: 19th December 2012

Every weekday on Facebook, Flickr, Linked In and Twitter, we post a photo relating to MAG's work to secure a safe future for communities affected by armed violence and conflict.

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The 10 most read articles of 2012

Posted: 19th December 2012

From Burundi, to Iraq, to Cambodia... a look at the most viewed news articles on the MAG website in 2012.

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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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