Questions & Answers on Explosive Ordnance Risk Education (EORE) for Ukraine

How authorities and aid workers can support emergency EORE and other explosive weapons related risk education. his Q&A has been produced by the EORE Advisory Group – a global group of over a dozen UN agencies, international organisations and international Read More …

Clearing Afghanistan’s landmines one careful step a time

Weeks after the Taliban took over Afghanistan, families who fled the fighting in one southern village returned home to find something strange: the cricket ground had been circled in rocks painted red and white. White, it turned out, meant it Read More …

5 brothers on mission to educate rural communities about threat of landmines in Kurdistan Region

The loss of their father has motivated five brothers to embark on a mission to raise awareness among local communities in mountainous border areas in the Kurdistan Region of the danger they face from thousands of unexploded mines planted there Read More …

Train the trainers: Afghan explosive device experts graduated in Herat

IED’s are deceitful. Improvised explosive devices remain one of the biggest threats to Afghan civilians as well as armed forces. Thus, NATO continues to train experts for the purpose of reducing the hazard. A group of ten new Afghan trainers Read More …