Impact stories


In Eastern Ukraine, HALO has made a riverbank contaminated by trip-wires and landmines close to Oksana Semigon's village a humanitarian priority.

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Most households in Kapfudza rely on boreholes for clean water, and villagers must pass near or through minefields in order to access water sources.

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UK Department for International Development (DFID) funding enabled HALO to clear almost 2.5 hectares of land in a village near Herat.

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HALO conducted physical security and stockpile management, weapons disposal training and responded to unexploded ammunition disposal call-outs in Central African Republic.

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For twenty-five years, landmines have prevented Abdul from grazing his sheep on pasture land near his home. Now the land has been made safe and...

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Villagers in North West Cambodia were living in one of the world’s largest minefields, until HALO started clearing the land, metre by metre.

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