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Thursday

Posted: 21st November 2007

MAG in southern Sudan - diary, day five.

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Wednesday

Posted: 21st November 2007

MAG in southern Sudan - diary, day four.

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Tuesday

Posted: 20th November 2007

MAG in southern Sudan - diary, day three.

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Monday

Posted: 20th November 2007

MAG in southern Sudan - diary, day two.

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Sunday

Posted: 20th November 2007

MAG in southern Sudan - diary, day one.

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SUDAN: Saving lives in Eastern Equatoria

Posted: 20th November 2007

A WEEK IN SOUTHERN SUDAN: Photographer Sean Sutton's diary offers a unique insight into MAG's work in the country.

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MAG says 'thank you' to its donors

Posted: 16th November 2007

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 in the media: El Mundo

Posted: 16th November 2007

MAG featured in an article in Spanish daily newspaper El Mundo yesterday (15 November) on the humanitarian work carried out in Lebanon.

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CAMBODIA: A mother's remarkable story

Posted: 15th November 2007

After one of her sons was badly injured by a mine in Au Chhurkram, mother of six Lay Rim, whose her first husband died in conflict and second husband left her, went to the village head and begged him to ask MAG to clear land. Read her story here.

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VIETNAM: MAG aids escape from poverty trap

Posted: 12th November 2007

MAG spent part of September in one of the more marginalised hamlets of Quang Binh province, conducting mobile operations to reduce the risk of injury or death from unexploded ordnance.

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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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