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Laos 16th April 2014

How cluster bomb clearance changes lives

MAG and DFATD are making it safe for families to grow crops on land that was contaminated by cluster munitions.

31st March 2014

International Day for Mine Awareness, 4th April

Every day 10 people are killed or injured by landmines or other unexploded weapons left over after conflict.

6th March 2014

International Women's Day 2014

Celebrating #womensday on 8 March 2014, these are some of the women we're inspired by at MAG...

Cambodia 5th March 2014

These people live with bombs - I watched them learn how to protect themselves

Ratanakiri was so heavily bombed during the Vietnam War that millions of cluster munitions continue to threaten lives.

Vietnam 27th February 2014

7 Faces of Vietnam, almost four decades after the end of the War

The Vietnam War ended in 1975, but explosive weapons dropped on the country continue to devastate lives to this day.

Chad 20th February 2014

You probably didn't hear about this tragedy - because it happened in Chad, not Chelsea

On the morning of 10 February, nine vehicles carrying people on their way to search for gold in northern Chad mistakenly entered an unmarked minefield.

Libya 19th February 2014

Have you ever dropped a glass on the floor and it did not break?

Two-and-a-half years after the fall of the Gaddafi regime, Libya continues to suffer from a wide proliferation of explosive items and small arms that threaten civilians.

Sri Lanka 12th February 2014

Landmine clearance enables communities to return home

"Before, we did not attempt to come here because we were told that our land was contaminated with landmines," says Sophana...

Somalia 4th February 2014

The first-ever civilian weapons store in Somalia

MAG has responded to the rising number of accidents involving guns in the village of Kalabayr, by building the first-ever armoury in Somalia that allows civilians to safely store their weapons.

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