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SUDAN: Demined area handed over to community in Kassala state

Posted: 5th December 2011

MAG excavated and destroyed 101 anti-personnel mines, 26 anti-tank mines and 50 items of unexploded ordnance within a kilometre of Demen Primary School.

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BURUNDI: Country declared landmine free

Posted: 2nd December 2011

MAG has helped Burundi declare itself landmine free three years ahead of schedule, after civil war had left the country littered with lethal munitions.

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ANGOLA: MAG driver saves manís life following crocodile attack

Posted: 30th November 2011

Twenty-year-old Sapalo would have died had it not been for emergency assistance he received from MAG driver Francesca.

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D.R. CONGO: MAG works to secure weapons of the Congolese National Police

Posted: 28th November 2011

MAG has installed the first prefabricated armoury cabinets at a Congolese National Police (PNC) detachment, which provides security at the Makala central prison in Kinshasa.

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PHOTO GALLERY: Impact in Cambodia

Posted: 25th November 2011

Around 200,000 Cambodian families have directly benefited from MAG's work in the country since our programme began there in 1992.

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ANGOLA: Remember them

Posted: 17th November 2011

More than 70 per cent of the population live on less than US$2 a day. They need safe land to farm on, they need safe access to education and health care, they need increased help. Please don't forget them.

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ANGOLA: Improving access to education in Moxico

Posted: 10th November 2011

Recognising the importance of ensuring safe access to education, MAG is clearing an area for a new school to be built, as part of our clearance of 248,000 square metres of land in Luzi.

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LIBYA: Now children carry flyers, not UXO, in Zintan

Posted: 7th November 2011

Youngsters in Zintan can be seen carrying mortars and playing with small ammunition, throwing them into the fire and enjoying watching how they explode. Unfortunately, their parents often do not realise the dangers until an accident occurs.

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CHAD: Helping stranded travellers in the desert

Posted: 2nd November 2011

A MAG convoy recently came to the aid of 66 passengers stuck in a broken-down truck with no water.

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VIDEO: Surviving the Peace

Posted: 1st November 2011

Surviving the Peace is a story of devastation and hope. The film follows a family devastated by unexploded ordnance, and MAG's fight to rid Laos and so many countries of the remnants of conflict.

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