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MAG in the media: The Guardian

Posted: 3rd December 2008

MAG features in a front-page article on the problem of unexploded ordnance (UXO) in Lao PDR in UK newspaper The Guardian today.

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SUDAN: Safer land safer future

Posted: 2nd December 2008

MAG clears land and improves food security in Juba County, South Sudan.

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ANGOLA: Students view a Journey Through Change

Posted: 26th November 2008

'Angola: Journey Through Change', an exhibition by MAG's award-winning photojournalist Sean Sutton, is currently showing in the country's capital at Luanda International School.

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MAG responds to the humanitarian emergency in eastern DR Congo

Posted: 21st November 2008

MAG currently has a two-person team on the ground in Goma and the surrounding area. The team has already identified unexploded ordnance in several communities in urban and semi-rural locations, which pose a grave danger to the resident and returning populations.

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LAO PDR: Sweeter dreams in Nam Gon Ngua village

Posted: 19th November 2008

MAG's roving team helps to prevent accidents by responding to villagers' reports of dangerous items throughout Nong Het district.

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RWANDA: New operations launched

Posted: 19th November 2008

MAG began a new project in Rwanda this week, to provide technical assistance and training to the Rwandan Army and Police in stockpile management, and in the destruction of surplus weapons, unexploded ordnance (UXO) and small arms ammunition (SAA).

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LAO PDR: Pleased to help

Posted: 18th November 2008

Sidavone Sipaseuth talks about her work as Deputy Team Leader of the All-Female Team in Xieng Khouang.

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DR CONGO: Explosion threat reduced as naval weapons destroyed

Posted: 17th November 2008

MAG DRC has destroyed surplus naval stocks in Banana, (in Bas-Congo, 2nd Military Region) as part of its Conventional Weapons Management and Disposal (CWMD) programme

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DR CONGO: Partnership launched with ECC-MERU

Posted: 17th November 2008

MAG has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Congolese Association ECC-MERU (Eglise du Christ au Congo – Ministère de l’Eglise pour les Réfugiés et les Urgence; Church of Christ in Congo – Ministry of Refugees and Emergencies).

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LAO PDR: Blast from the past

Posted: 13th November 2008

Thousands of items of unexploded ordnance left over from the late 1960s/early 1970s conflict are being destroyed as part of the innovative new Foundry Project in Phonsavanh town.

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