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Japan funds a demining project in Surobi district of Kabul

Japan has agreed to provide USD 538,009 for a demining project in Surobi District of Kabul. An agreement to that effect was signed between Japan’s Ambassador to Kabul, Hiroshi Takahashi, and Managing Diretor of Agency for Rehabilitation and Energy Conservation,

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Japan provides USD 1,110,000 for 2 demining projects in Afghanistan

The Japanese government has pledged USD 1,110,000 for two demining projects in northern and central regions of Afghanistan. An agreement to that effect was signed between Japan’s Ambassador Hiroshi Takahashi,  Farid Homayun, Country Director of HALO Trust and Kefayatullah Eblagh,

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80% of Afghanistan is cleared of mines

Over 2.1 million mines have been discovered and destroyed all across Afghanistan since 1989, when demining organizations began their operations to clear the mines. According to a number of demining organizations, 80% of Afghanistan has been cleared of mines. By

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Japan funds mine clearance operations in Afghanistan

The Japanese government has provided USD 696,310 to HALO Afghanistan for mine clearance operations in North and Central regions of Afghanistan. The fund will allow HALO to employ 108 trained de-miners to carry out mine clearance operations in selected minefields

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Japan funds demining of more than one million square meters of land in Afghanistan

The Japanese government announced to donate USD one million to the British demining company, HALO Trust, for demining more than one square meters of agriculture land in three provinces. The project involves training, equipping and deploying of 233 deminers and

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International aid to Afghanistan for demining purposes is reducing

Demining institutions and authorities in Afghanistan are concerned about the plummeting international funding for demining purposes in Afghanistan. Although millions of mines are embedded by various groups in Afghanistan, meanwhile the work of clearing the mines has continued. Demining in

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