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The Soldiers of Peace International Association (SPIA) operates in mine-related emergency and humanitarian development. Its work includes: mine risk education, mine clearance/survey/quality assessment, assistance&training for stockpile destruction, victim (survivor) assistance and assistance in the...
Founded in 1989, Mines Advisory Group (MAG) is an international non-governmental organisation based in Manchester, United Kingdom. MAG clears and destroys landmines and unexploded ordnance like bombs, mortars and grenades that make areas unsafe after war. MAG also provides medical training, mine...
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is an independent organisation whose mission is to protect the lives and dignity of victims of war and internal violence, and to provide them with assistance. It focuses on the incorporation of international humanitarian law into national...
The Uganda Down's Syndrome Association is an NGO that identifies, cares for and serves people born with Down's Syndrome and their families. The Association aims to provide a common voice for people with learning disabilities and other impairments, promoting their rights and opportunities.
The Albanian Mine Action Executive (AMAE) was established to resolve the mine and unexploded ordnance (UXO) threat in Northeast Albania (emanating from the 1999 Kosovo conflict). Various activities have been completed and others are still ongoing, including mine stockpile destruction, mine and...
Rotary World Community Service Resource Network (WCSRN) is a global network of Rotarians with special expertise who can provide comprehensive information and advice to clubs and districts on successful approaches to carrying out international service projects.
Two Ericsson employees were sent to the Democratic Republic of Congo on behalf of Ericsson Response. In collaboration with several humanitarian organizations, they established radio communication within the Kalabo region in order to support a UN coordinated de-mining mission.
The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) collaborated with the Red Cross in a novel fundraising campaign during EURO 2008.
In 2006, the Croatian company DOK-ING donated a mine clearance machine to NPA's mine action programme in Croatia for a period of one year.
Coffeelands has set up a Landmine Victims Trust in partnership with the Polus Centre for Social and Economic Development to help landmine victims and those who in any way have been impacted by landmines.