Swedish officials visited the Danish Demining Group compound in Kabul to see the positive results of the past three years of demining in Afghanistan.
Conflict Management Education brought together eighty people connected to the Gedweyn primary school in Dollow District Somalia, resulting in a successful conflict resolution meeting.
Despite relative peace in Côte d’Ivoire the ethnic and political tensions remain largely unaddressed. DDG addresses the key causes of violence.
Lack of natural resources and an abundance of weapons have prevented sustainable development in Karamoja, Uganda. A targeted, long-term effort is to reverse the trend.
DDG removed two mines located near the mosque in a bustling town in South Sudan. The town is located next to a refugee camp, which is home to more than 45,000 refugees from Sudan.
The achievement is the result of dedicated work by the National Mine Action Programme in Uganda in collaboration with DDG.
As part of the effort to enhance overall community safety, DDG provides conflict management education to community members.
Mine awareness campaigns cannot guarantee that mine accidents will not happen.
But they can prevent them happening due to ignorance.
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