Impact stories


In Ceel Bardaale, Somaliland, landmines were laid on the only road between two towns during the country's civil war, hindering access for farmers and traders.

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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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2017 is a huge opportunity for HALO and our partners to revitalise the international community’s commitment to rid the world of landmines.

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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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