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  The Humanitarian Demining Operation

Activities Calendar for Humanitarian Demining Project

Date

Activities

Purposes

1999

Improving community?s environment in Sa Kaeo province.

To improve the community?s environment.

2000

Cleared 6,242,447.50 square metres of land in Pakchong, Nakhon Ratchasima?s weapon arsenal explosion.

To clear the area of landmines and UXO?s

2001

Give mine-risk education and area marking training for contaminated areas in Ubon Ratchatani.

To help people living in the affected areas to better understand the danger of landmines and know how to mark the area properly if they come across one.

Sponsor 6 villager from Bann Nong Aien, Sa Keao province to train in Basic Demining Course at TMAC

To teach them proper technique in landmines clearing.

Take part in Demining by Civilian Course organise by TMAC>

Take part in a research by TMAC

Sponsor 8 villager to take part in Basic Demining Course at Mechanic Division, Royal Thai Army, Ratchaburi province

To teach them proper technique in landmines clearing.

2002

Give mine-risk education and area marking training for contaminated areas in 4 provinces along Thailand ? Cambodia border. Supported by UNDP.

To help people living in the affected areas to better understand the danger of landmines and know how to mark the area properly if they come across one.

Collect data and research about landmines victims, Supported by UNDP

Build up database on landmine victims.
To find alternatives of helping them.

2003

Cleared 407,472 square metres at Angkor Sdok Kok Thom, Sa Kaeo province. supported by TMAC and JAHDS

To develop it into a mine-free tourist attraction for Sa Kaeo province.

2005

Cleared 40,000 square metres at Bann Non Sang (Phase1), Sa Kaeo province. Monetary support from People of Japan and heavy equipment support from USA

To raise the standard of living of the people in the area by providing them with mine-free place to live and use.

2006 ? 2007

Cleared 300,000 square metres at Bann Non Sang (Phase2), Sa Kaeo province. Monetary support from People of Japan and heavy equipment support from USA

To raise the standard of living of the people in the area by providing them with mine-free place to live and use.



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