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40th Anniversary

Posted: 1st February 2008

MAG is a UK registered charity that works in many conflict-affected countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Training local people to clear landmines, booby-traps and unexploded bombs. MAG works to reduce the risks of living in a dangerous environment through a combination of mine clearance and mine awareness education.

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VIETNAM: Responding to the Tet Offensive legacy

Posted: 1st February 2008

Forty years on, the long-term effect of this key phase of the Vietnam war still reverberates throughout Quang Binh and Quang Tri Provinces.

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IRAQ: Operations support infrastructure development

Posted: 29th January 2008

On the request of the Kurdish Regional Government, MAG has cleared a minefield which was preventing the reconstruction of a bridge on a main trade highway to Syria.

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SRI LANKA: Clearance assists 30,000 IDPs

Posted: 29th January 2008

The areas cleared since MAG restarted operations in the country will allow more then 30,000 internally displaced persons to return to their communities.

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LAO PDR: MAG Lao's first female driver

Posted: 25th January 2008

Noimany Pialeuxay is MAG Lao's first ever female driver, and the newest member of the All-Female Team in Xieng Khouang province.

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MAG in the media: The Daily Star (Lebanon)

Posted: 24th January 2008

MAG‚??s work in southern Lebanon has been featured in an article in today‚??s Daily Star, the pan-Middle East English language newspaper.

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LAO PDR: Communities lead the clearance process

Posted: 15th January 2008

It‚??s a common problem in Lao: a farmer is unable to grow enough rice to feed his family because land is contaminated by unexploded ordnance; so he earns money by collecting scrap metal, an activity which itself is fraught with danger.

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MAG in the media: BBC

Posted: 11th January 2008

'From a back street in Manchester city centre, a small charity is busy making the world a safer place...' The BBC website features a new article on MAG.

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Press releases

Posted: 8th January 2008

MAG is a UK registered charity that works in many conflict-affected countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Training local people to clear landmines, booby-traps and unexploded bombs. MAG works to reduce the risks of living in a dangerous environment through a combination of mine clearance and mine awareness education.

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MAG becomes Key Travel's Charity of the Year

Posted: 8th January 2008

The Manchester branch of Key Travel has pledged to raise at least £7,500 for MAG as part of a year-long partnership

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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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Co-laureate of the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize  |  Registered as a charitable company in the UK  |  Company no: 4016409  Charity no: 1083008  |  ISO 9001:2008 accredited  |  International Mine Action Standards compliant  |  Signatory of the ICRC Code of Conduct  |  Member of the Fundraising Standards Board scheme  |  Registered office: Suite 3A, South Central, 11 Peter Street, Manchester, M2 5QR, United Kingdom