Landmine ban 25 years on: Humanitarian success marred by new use in Ukraine and Myanmar - seventh consecutive year of high casualty numbers
In our latest newsletter, you can read about what we are doing in the Ukraine and how we can inform many more affected people about the mine risk through digital means. We also tell the inspiring story of our 25 years old foundation.
In our current newsletter we report on our new project in the Ukraine, a tragic mine accident in Cambodia and progress in Zimbabwe.
Missiles, shells, mines – the war in Ukraine leaves an dangerous legacy. We warn the population of the dangers and call on them to inform the local emergency services if war material is found.
Since 25 years we are striving for a minefree world! A few impressions from our beginnings...
The first entire district on its mined border with Mozambique was declared mine-impact free and handed back to the local community.
In 2020, an increase of more than 20% was recorded compared to the casualties from landmines and explosive remnants of war recorded in 2019.
Learn more about our current topics in our latest newsletter.
Our "Annual report" provides information on what World Without Mines has achieved in 2020.
A video about our demining project in Angola
The new short film by Orlando von Einsiedeln tells the story of deminer Hana Khider in western Iraq.
A few days ago the Landmine Monitor was released for the 22nd time. Every year it examines progress towards a mine-free world.
The September Newsletter reports among other things about Rosalina Lussinga Coqueiro Loth, who is making a career as a deminer in Angola.
The Corona Pandemic is also a major challenge for our project countries. Learn more about the current situation.
In our May Newsletter we inform about our work in Laos and tell you about people whose engagement has impressed us.
Achievements and new challenges in mine action
"Noel Piroro is one of our best deminers" - Our project in Zimbabwe
To mark the International Mine Awareness Day, the Swiss Army was launching a film about the successes of humanitarian mine clearance.
Newsletter for a mine-free world
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