Overview

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Current Operations

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Former Operations

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Africa

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Sudan

Mines were part of the war arsenals used by the government forces and the rebels. As a result, landmine contamination still plagues many regions of South and North Sudan.Read more »

Asia

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Afghanistan

In September 2010 FSD commenced the first cross-border land release project between Tajikistan and Afghanistan initiating Humanitarian Mine Action operations in the less known Darwaz region of the Badahkshan Province in the North East Afghanistan.Read more »

Pakistan

Pakistan

Responding to this ERW threat, FSD launched its Mine Risk Education (MRE) operations in Buner, together with other affected districts of the Malakand Division in the North Western province of Khyber PakhtunKhwa Read more »

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Philippines

For many years, the Philippines have often been plagued by armed conflicts between rebel groups and governmental forces, resulting in the use, albeit limited, of landmines. Read more »

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Sri Lanka

FSD has been working in Sri Lanka since 2002. Operations have been conducted in the north and the east of the country. FSD is currently deployed in Mannar District in the north while phasing out from Batticaloa District in the eastern side of the country.Read more »

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Tajikistan

Since demining operations started in 2003, a total of nearly 2 millions square meters were cleared and surveyed. Read more »

Middle East

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Lebanon

Since 1975, it has been estimated that up to 165 million square meters of land in Lebanon may have been affected by mines and unexploded ordnance (UXO). In the period up to May 2009, 91 million square meters of land were returned to the Lebanese people through a combination of activities conducted by the Lebanese Army, non-governmental demining organisations and commercial companies.Read more »

 

Country Operations

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