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In some mine-infested countries, schools and areas near school grounds have been mined, putting children’s lives in danger and depriving them of an education. The ultimate goal of this project is to help demine such school areas with funds raised by participants in the Schools Demining Schools project. Students are following demining teams in Mozambique and Afghanistan via an e-mail discussion. The transcript of the discussions appears on this web site along with additional country and background information. Check this page regularly for updates and letters.

Exchanges with Mozambique

Q n’ A with Mine-Tech in Dombe

15 May 1998: Types of Mines

20 February 1998: The expenses of demining

12 February 1998: The job of a deminer

11 Feb 22 Jan 1998

Reports from the field by Michael Laban of Mine-Tech in Mozambique

13 May 1998: Demining in Dombe

21 January 1998: Welcoming the demining team

8 December 1997: Surveying the minefield

24 October 1997: Introductory letter from Michael Laban

Exchanges with Afghanistan

4 March 1998: Letter from Sohrab, young Afghan mine survivor

7 December 1997: Introduction from Sohrab and Nafisa

1 March 1998: Q n’ A with demining organizations in Afghanistan

7 December 1997: Introduction from Ian Bullpitt of the UN Mine Action Programme for Afghanistan gladly takes your questions

Schools and school areas in need of demining

In Afghanistan

In Mozambique

Background

About Afghanistan

About Mozambique

Map of Afghanistan (75k)

Map of Mozambique (82k)

Map of Dombe, Mozambique (27k)


SCHOOLS DEMINING SCHOOLS

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