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Under Sandet (Land Of Mine) Free Screening at Cinemateket

To mark International Mine Awareness Day, the Danish Demining Group (Danish Refugee Council's demining unit) in collaboration with DanChurchAid is opening the doors for a special screening of the Danish-German Oscar-nominated f...


DDG receives accreditation to start work in colombia

The Danish Demining Group (DDG) is pleased to announce that it received Phase 1 Accreditation from the Government of Colombia yesterday, as a civilian organization for humanitarian demining.

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Call for two talented interns to DDG’S office in Copenhagen

DDG is looking for two interns with different profiles who will work at DDG’s headquarters in Copenhagen. The interns will have the opportunity to become acquainted with the work within an NGO, and will have tasks related to su...

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Solar streetlights bring safety and Business Back to Xudur

For the first time since 1991, residents at Xudur town now have streetlights and are able to walk the streets safely without the fear of insecurity. The installation of 60 solar street lights was part of the Danwadaag phase II ...

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DDG Battle Area Clearance and Mine Risk Education in Southern Iraq

On the 4th December 2016, DDG’s Battle Area Clearance (BAC) team 1 were tasked by the Regional Mine Action Centre (RMAC) to a local house in Al Hawafidh village in the Shatt al Arab, Southern Iraq.

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DDG’s Peace and Community Safety Programme in Somalia and Somaliland

On 16th January 2017, the Danish Demining Group (DDG) with the financial support of DFID marked the successful end of its programme ‘Peace and Community Safety in Somalia and Somaliland’ with a donation of project vehicles to t...

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Subject Matter Interpreter Course Taking Place in Ukraine

The GICHD is currently delivering the first "Mine Action Subject Matter Interpreter Course“ in Ukraine.

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DDG Removes Unexploded Ordnances to Mark the Start of the EOD Operation in Libya

Having had removed two unexploded items in Tripoli and Sebha, the Danish Demining Group (DDG) is pleased to announce the start of the explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) activities in Libya. This marks the beginning of a long and...

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The lasting impact of landmines on civilians in Ukraine

"No one knows how many civilians have been killed by landmines or how many have been planted and where", AlJazeera, Dec 5, 2016

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DDG’s Civic Engagement Project Heralds a New Hope in State Building in Southern Somalia

The Danish Demining Group with support from the European Union (EU) has been implementing a civic engagement in reconciliation and state formation project in Baidoa and Kismayu towns in south central Somalia. The project is par...