2.9 tons of Obsolete Ammunition of PNC Destroyed in Kinshasa

From 18th to 21st April, UNMAS successfully conducted the disposal of approximately 3 tons of obsolete ammunition belonging to the Congolese National Police (PNC).

UN Delivers Explosive Ordnance Disposal Equipment to Support Libyan Authorities in Dealing with Explosive Hazards

Explosive remnants of war lead to devastating humanitarian consequences, causing injury, death and massive displacement of civilians across Libya.

Review and Update of Gender Guidelines for Mine Action Programmes

DRC: Journalists and NGOs Trained on Landmines and ERW

In anticipation of International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action, UNMAS in DRC held a training session on March 28, 2018 for journalists and members of national NGOs to raise awareness of the risks of landmines and explosive remnants of war (ERW).

Mine Awareness Day in DRC: The Role of Women in Mine Action

In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the International Day for Mine Awareness and Mine Action was celebrated in 5 major cities where UNMAS is active: Kinshasa (the capital), Goma in North Kivu, Bukavu in South Kivu, Bunia in Ituri and Kananga in Kasai Central.