The aim of utilising drone technology to help clear the Kingdom of UXOs.
India to provide equipment to produce artificial limbs for victims of mines.
Cambodian Mine Action Centre reports 44 people were killed or injured in explosions in the last 3 months – a 100% increase.
Nem Thout, 17, and his wife Phea Phan, 20, were seriously injured after mishandling a piece of unexploded ordnance (UXO) on Friday (March 29) morning in Banteay Meanchey province’s Svay Chek district.
In 2018 45,500 items of Unexploded Ordnance (UXO), i.e. landmines and such, were extracted from nearly 90 square kilometres of Cambodian land, and ultimately destroyed. This made the land perilously farmable again.
PM prepares a message reminding the public to avoid landmines.
To mark the upcoming National Mine Awareness Day on Sunday, Prime Minister Hun Sen has prepared a message reminding the public to avoid landmines and unexploded ordnance for any reason.
Nearly 200 mortar tail fins were handed over to Battambang city police on Friday after residents of O’Kcheay village found them in a canal.
Laos is granted US$4.5 million for its unexploded ordnance clearance operations.
A North Korean delegation is interested in having CMAC tutor it on how to clear UXOs.
The UK will provide more than $9 million in aid from this year to 2020 for demining operations to clear unexploded ordnance.
Siem Reap police hand over +100 pieces of unexploded ordnance to the CMAC.
The United Kingdom will provide aid until 2020 for demining operations.
Mine Action Centre official reminds the public to steer clear of any explosives.
More than 100 pieces of unexploded ordnance are discovered in Preah Sihanouk.
The UN has recognised landmines and unexploded ordnance clearance as the nineteenth Sustainable Development Goals.
Police in Chikreng hand more than 20 pieces of unexploded ordnance over for destruction after they were found underground.
Police say a farmer was injured on Sunday when a live unexploded ordnance (UXO) exploded as he was clearing wild grass.
Casualties caused by landmines and unexploded ordnance decreased last year in comparison to 2016.
From January to November, 36 incidents were reported, a decrease of 48 percent if compared with the 69 cases reported during the same period in 2016.
The Cambodian Mine Action Authority replies to US embassy claims it knew about bombs.