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IRAQ: From minefields to wheat and barley farming

Posted: 23rd April 2012

Inhabitants of Chimany Saro, north-east of Kirkuk, who had been left poverty-stricken as a result of landmine contamination now have hopes of a better future.

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SOUTH SUDAN: Partnering with Save the Children to protect young refugees

Posted: 20th April 2012

MAG has provided life and limb-saving Risk Education to more than 8,000 children at the remote Doro refugee camp, most of them under the age of ten.

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SOMALIA: UK Secretary of State for International Development visits EOD teams in Puntland

Posted: 19th April 2012

A high-level delegation from the UK Government saw first-hand the vital work of a US-funded team that has already destroyed more than 12,500 items of unexploded ordnance.

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LEBANON: 'MAG's presence has brought us hope'

Posted: 19th April 2012

Hassan Hashem and his brother had been waiting to use their farming land for more than 20 years until MAG cleared it of cluster bombs and unexploded ordnance.

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BURUNDI: Living amongst ammunition

Posted: 16th April 2012

A joint MAG-Burundian Army team is helping to reduce the risks of deadly explosions posed to those who have little choice but to live close to ammunition depots.

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MAG lends a leg to landmine campaign

Posted: 23rd March 2012

MAG’s Nick Roseveare has joined Ban Ki Moon, world famous sports stars, landmine survivors and thousands of activists by ‘Lending a Leg’ to help stop the devastating effects of landmines.

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MAG speaks out on use of landmines in Syria

Posted: 15th March 2012

MAG has condemned Syria’s use of anti-personnel landmines near the borders with Lebanon and Turkey.

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MAG chosen for new UK disaster response network

Posted: 14th March 2012

MAG is one of 22 NGOs specialising in disaster response to be selected for a new rapid response network by the UK Government.

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LIBYA: Training teachers in risk reduction messages

Posted: 13th March 2012

MAG has been delivering risk education to vulnerable groups across Libya since July 2011. These safety messages particularly target schoolchildren, who are the most likely to play with unexploded items and cause themselves harm or death.

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SRI LANKA: Business as usual for female deminers on International Women's Day

Posted: 7th March 2012

International Women’s Day, 8th March, is like any other for MAG Sri Lanka’s Mine Action Team, “MAT 10”, whose deminers are all female.

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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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