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D.R. CONGO: Camp Ngashi operations continue

Posted: 9th November 2007

Three people were killed, 94 injured and more than 200 families displaced as a result of a lethal explosion at the armed forcesâ?? Camp Ngashi storage facility in June â?? completing clearance of the thousands of remnants of conflict scattered around Mbandaka requires a dedicated emergency response.

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ANGOLA: MAG scores with new publicity campaign

Posted: 8th November 2007

Read how MAG played a part in the semi-finals of the Angola Football Cup last weekend...

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Partnership for development in South East Asia

Posted: 5th November 2007

Working in partnership is central to MAG's approach, to ensure cleared ground is used effectivelyand that our expertise is passed on to others.

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Christmas Concert

Posted: 2nd November 2007

Come and enjoy a Christmas Carol service to welcome in Advent and the festive season with a concert in aid of MAG. The Elysian Singers choir present ‚??A Baroque Christmas‚?? at St John's, Smith Square, London on Sunday, 2nd December at 7.30pm.

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MAG‚??s Angola exhibition catches the eye in Lisbon

Posted: 2nd November 2007

The photo exhibition ‚??Angola: journey through change‚?? is currently showing at the European Information Centre ‚??Centro de Informação Europeia Jacques Delors‚??, in Lisbon, Portugal.

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BURUNDI: Project begins with MANPADS destruction

Posted: 29th October 2007

MAG has assisted the Burundian army in destroying 104 Man-Portable Air Defence Systems, marking the first phase of an eight-month project to support the Government of Burundi in reducing the threat from small arms and light weapons (SALW) and unsecured stockpiles in the country.

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LAOS: Time to talk

Posted: 25th October 2007

A gender study conducted by MAG in Laos shows that while both men and women are satisfied with their community‚??s decisions about which land to clear, there is room for increasing women‚??s involvement in the process.

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Focus on small arms and light weapons

Posted: 24th October 2007

The global availability of small arms and light weapons (SALW) is increasingly recognised as a real hindrance to peace and security, and to relief and development issues. It is not, however, a straightforward matter.

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Sculptor raises money for landmine clearance

Posted: 24th October 2007

Canadian sculptor Blake has pledged to raise £1.2 million for landmine clearance and victim assistance through the sale of a unique collection of work called Fragments. The Fragments exhibition takes place in London from 1-17 November 2007.

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ANGOLA: A day in the life at MAG

Posted: 22nd October 2007

On 10th October, at around 10am, the gate of the MAG compound in Luena swung open and two small children entered the base...

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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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