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SUDAN: Living with danger

Posted: 13th January 2009

MAG's Mine Risk Education messages in Torit County enable returnees such as Esther Ato - who had been living at a refugee camp in Uganda for 24 years - to live and work safely.

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SRI LANKA: Contributing to development, supporting peace-building

Posted: 12th January 2009

MAG’s principle impact in Sri Lanka in 2008 was to facilitate the resettlement of internally displaced persons, supporting the safe return of families to former conflict areas and encouraging economic regeneration.

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LAO PDR: MAG support enhances Mine Risk Education

Posted: 8th January 2009

The National Regulatory Authority's Mine Risk Education unit is operating with renewed confidence following almost two years of support from MAG.

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CAMBODIA: A MAG deminer's story

Posted: 5th January 2009

"There was a huge explosion. The next second I was sitting down covered in smoke. I noticed one of my legs had gone." Kheun Sokhon landmine survivor now works for MAG as a deminer.

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Photo gallery: Weapons destruction in Rwanda

Posted: 5th January 2009

Pictures from the MAG Weapons Destruction Workshop at Kanombe Camp, Kigali.

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Season's greetings from MAG

Posted: 23rd December 2008

Season's greetings on behalf of everyone at MAG.

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ANGOLA: Surviving in 4 de Fevereiro

Posted: 23rd December 2008

MAG has been working in the 4 de Fevereiro area since May, clearing 177,691 square metres of land so far.

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Challenges & opportunities: 2008 review

Posted: 15th December 2008

Chief Executive Lou McGrath picks out the highlights of MAG's work over the past 12 months.

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Cluster munitions in Vietnam and Lao PDR: new era, old problem

Posted: 8th December 2008

The vast majority of unexploded ordnance (UXO)-related accidents in Southeast Asia occur when people are going about their everyday work.

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MAG signs Accord de Siège in the Republic of Congo

Posted: 4th December 2008

The Accord will make it easier for MAG to operate in the country and carry out its stockpile management and demolition activities.

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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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