Our specialist Ordnance Management business ensures our methodology meets with International Mine Action Standards, as well as country specific guidelines.
For further information on the businesses we work with, please visit the links below.
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James Madison University
An academic resource centre for the mine action community and publishers of the Journal of Mine Action. Please visit www.maic.jmu.edu/
United Nations Mine Action Service
The Service sets priorities and gives overall direction to United Nations mine action programmes world-wide. Please visit www.mineaction.org
United Nations International Mine Action Standards
The technical guidelines and standards in force for all United Nations mine action operations. Please visit www.mineactionstandards.org
Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining
The GICHD works for the elimination of anti-personnel mines and for the reduction of the humanitarian impact of other landmines and explosive remnants of war. Please visit www.gichd.ch
Landmine Survivor Network
LSN was created by and for the survivors of landmines. It links survivors in mine affected countries to a range of rehabilitative services and strives to protect future generations from the scourge of landmines. Please visit www.landminesurvivors.org