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Australia increases contribution to De-Mining Iraq

The United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) in Iraq has welcomed an additional contribution of AUD 2 million (approximately USD 1.5 million) from the Government of Australia to further enable stabilization and humanitarian efforts through explosive hazards management in liberated areas of Iraq. This brings the current three-year contribution from Australia to a total of […]

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Sweden increases support for De-Mining in Iraq

The United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) welcomes the contribution of SEK 75 million (approximately USD 8.3 million) from the Government of Sweden on mitigating the threat from explosive hazards in support of enhanced provision, facilitation and enablement of humanitarian and stabilization support. Approximately 1.8 million people are estimated to be internally displaced persons (IDPs) […]

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Contracts Awarded for Metal Detectors

By John Lee. Two companies have won tenders to supply “Hook & Line equipment and Metal Detectors” to the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) in Iraq. The contract with South Africa-based LVP Technology is valued at $608,292, while the contract with Monaco-based MKG sarl is valued at $144,845. (Source: UNGM)

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US Company Wins Contract for Mine Detection

By John Lee. An American company have won a tender to supply a mine detector to the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) in Iraq. The contract with Sarkar Tactical Ltd is valued at $129,768. (Source: UNGM)

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7m Sq Meters cleared of IS Explosives

Over seven million square meters in areas liberated from ISIS cleared of explosives The Iraqi Kurdistan Mine Action Agency (IKMAA) has cleared 7,414,199 square meters in areas liberated from ISIS of explosive devices and difused 43,057 IEDs and UXO pieces, said Siraj Barzani, Head of IKMAA, in an interview with the Kurdistan Regional Government website. […]

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Contracts Awarded for Demining Equipment

By John Lee. Two companies have won tenders to supply Safety and Security Demining Equipment and Binoculars to the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) in Iraq. The contract with US-based Sarkar Tactical Ltd is valued at $21,260, while the contract withUS-based OKI General Trading is valued at $2,725. (Source: UNGM)

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Additional $17m from US for demining efforts

The US State Dept has announced an additional $17 million of demining efforts in the Nineveh region in Iraq. This is on top of the 90 million we have provided countrywide in this year alone. (Source: US State Dept)

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$12m Contracts Awarded for Explosive Hazard Mgt

By John Lee. Two UK-based companies have won tenders to provide Explosive Hazard Management (EHM) and Risk Education (RE) to the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) in Iraq. The contract with G4S Risk Management Limited is valued at $8,420,831 while the contract with The HALO Trust is valued at $3,996,181. (Source: UNGM)

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France supports Explosive Hazards Management in Iraq

The Government of France supports Explosive Hazards Management to enable Humanitarian and Stabilization Efforts in Liberated Areas The United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) has welcomed a first contribution of EUR 500,000 (USD 590,000) from the Government of France dedicated to explosive hazard management in support of humanitarian and stabilization efforts. The presence of explosive […]

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Norway Increases Support for Mine Clearance in Iraq

“Mine clearance is crucial to prevent the loss of civilian lives, to ensure access for emergency aid, and to enable hundreds of thousands of internally displaced people to return safely to their homes. This is why we are now increasing our support for mine clearance in Iraq and Syria“, Norway’s Foreign Minister Ine Eriksen Søreide […]

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Australia Supporting De-Mining in Iraq

The United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) has welcomed a contribution of AUD 11 million (USD 8.6 million) from the Government of Australia dedicated to explosive hazard management in support of humanitarian and stabilization efforts. Approximately 2.1 million civilians are still displaced due to the recent conflict and unsafe conditions to allow their return. A […]

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