Listen Again to the MAG BBC Radio 4 Appeal!
On Sunday 24 September foreign affairs journalist Colin Freeman reported on the urgent work he saw near Mosul in Iraq for MAG’s charity appeal on BBC Radio 4:
“For more than a decade I’ve reported on conflict but what I saw in Iraq will stay with me forever.
There are landmines everywhere. In the remains of houses. In fields. Even in schools. Each one is sensitive enough to be triggered by a child’s footstep but powerful enough to rip apart a car. IS have left a deadly legacy.”
You can listen again to MAG’s charity appeal at any time here.
We’ve already received a number of donations from incredible MAG supporters, each one doubled by the UK Government to help landmines to be cleared even more quickly.
If you have already sent a gift to MAG, thank you so much! If you haven’t had the chance yet and you’d like to donate, please click here.
A gift of £40 could fund a fully trained deminer for one day to find landmines before children do.
Every minute is a moment in which a life can be taken. We have to get there first – and we urgently need your help to do it. Donate now.
Walk Without Fear Appeal
UK Aid Match: Give now and your donation will be doubled by the UK Government
Twenty years after they were banned landmines continue to destroy lives every day.
It is not fair and it is not right that families across the world live in fear that the next step they take might be their last. Everyone has the right to live in safety and walk without fear.
Please help destroy landmines before they destroy lives. Donate today and your gift will be DOUBLED by the UK Government, achieving twice as much.
Donations will be used to support MAG’s work in countries affected by conflict, helping more families to walk without fear. Matched funds will directly support MAG’s work in Angola, which is still contaminated with an estimated 20 million landmines.