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MAG in the media: Jornal de Angola

Posted: 19th October 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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ANGOLA: Impact in Canjamba

Posted: 18th October 2007

The results of MAG's work in Canjamba have been staggering: the village is constructing two new water bore holes, has extensive plans for new houses on formerly contaminated land and is renovating its school to accommodate the increase in the number of children attending.

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LAO PDR: Farming without fear

Posted: 18th October 2007

One of the poorest families in the village of Ban Nam Hom talks about the positive effects of MAG's clearance project in the areas surrounding the Plain of Jars sites.

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LAOS: Schooling remains affected by the war

Posted: 16th October 2007

The Partnership for Safe Educational Opportunities is the first initiative in Laos to explicitly link UXO (unexploded ordnance) clearance with increased school attendance through feeding activities.

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LAOS: Where playgrounds are bomb sites

Posted: 16th October 2007

It's break time at Thamxay primary school and over 500 children are running around and laughing. But just a couple of months before, playing games here could have had lethal consequences.

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CAMBODIA: Life getting better for Sok Sameth

Posted: 4th October 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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IRAQ: Agriculture benefits from clearance operations

Posted: 4th October 2007

MAG continues to implement operations ?? both within Iraq and along the border with Turkey and Iran ?? despite continued instability.

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CAMBODIA: A beneficiary plans for the future

Posted: 26th September 2007

Funded by Church World Service, MAG demining team ??MAT 16?? found and destroyed 199 anti-personnel mines in Kbal Tumnob village, to give Pen Kourm and his family more than just peace of mind.

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LEBANON: MAG assists UNRWA in Nahr El-Bared

Posted: 21st September 2007

From today [Friday 21 September] until Sunday, three MAG staff will be accompanying the UN Palestinian Relief Organisation (UNRWA) mission inside Nahr El-Bared camp in Tripoli.

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IRAQ: Mobile SALW destruction project launched

Posted: 19th September 2007

MAG Iraq's newly formed mobile small arms and light weapons (SALW) destruction project safely removed and destroyed more than 3,000 items in its opening two weeks.

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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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