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A day out with 'MRE 2'

Posted: 14th July 2009

Taking Mine Risk Education to Kurmuk in Blue Nile State, a town contaminated by landmines from the conflict between the Sudan People's Liberation Army and Government of Sudan armed forces.

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CHAD: Reducing the threat to children and families

Posted: 13th July 2009

MAG has been praised by UNICEF for its work reducing the threat posed by deadly unexploded ordnance in Eastern Chad.

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VIETNAM: MAG helps secure safety of UNESCO World Heritage site

Posted: 8th July 2009

Until recently communities in Nha-Ke Bang National Park could not access all the agricultural land they needed as it was heavily contaminated with unexploded ordnance.

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LEBANON: Removing danger in the city of Nabatieh

Posted: 3rd July 2009

Since the July war of 2006 ended, MAG has cleared 9.8 million square metres of land in Lebanon, destroying around 21,000 remnants of conflict, clearing 294 dangerous areas, and assisting 450,000 people at risk from death or injury from remnants of conflict.

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VIDEO: Stockpile - a film from DR Congo

Posted: 1st July 2009

Stockpile is a documentary film set in the Democratic Republic of Congo, featuring the work of MAG and Search for Common Ground, a non-governmental organisation working to transform conflict in Congolese society through interactive street theatre.

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MAG Director of Finance awarded for professional achievement

Posted: 29th June 2009

Aged just 35, MAG Director of Finance Susan Ni Chriodain has been included on a list of local businessmen and women who have excelled at their profession before reaching 40.

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BURUNDI: Historic nationwide weapons survey supports security

Posted: 29th June 2009

MAG has completed its evaluation of every police weapons storage site in Burundi, aimed at improving the security and management of Small Arms and Light Weapons.

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Tender clarifications released

Posted: 26th June 2009

MAG has now released clarifications based on the questions submitted by prospective tenders.

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Manchester's High Sheriff gives his support to MAG

Posted: 25th June 2009

Greater Manchester's High Sheriff Christian Wewer has pledged to do whatever he can to support MAG during his time in the post.

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MAG hosts delegation from Vietnamese government

Posted: 22nd June 2009

MAG played host to four high-level members of the Vietnamese government today.

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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.
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