Despite being resource rich in gold, uranium and oil, Chad has been beset with poverty, political instability and internal conflict for much of its post-independence history. While violence has typically stemmed from tension between the Arab-Muslim north and the predominantly Christian south, the rise of extremist groupings such as Boko Haram and Islamic State West African Province (ISWAP) means a new generation of explosive threats has been developed within Chad.
In 2008 SafeLane began working alongside a humanitarian client to provide a mine action support in Chad.
Mine action in Chad
SafeLane Global began working in Chad in 2008 for a humanitarian client. The full compliment of mine action services were provided to complete safe clearance of over 5million square meters of land.Read more
Mine action operations in Western Sahara
SafeLane Global was contracted to provide mine action survey, mechanical, explosive ordnance disposal and rapid response capacities east of the Berm in Western Sahara.Read more
Mine and battle area clearance in Western Sahara
SafeLane Global was contracted to provide mine clearance and battle area clearance east of the Berm in Western Sahara for a humanitarian client.Read more
Humanitarian operations in Democratic Republic of Congo
SafeLane Global provided explosive ordnance detection and mine risk education in the Democratic Republic of Congo.Read more
Training support for mine action services in Somalia
”As part of the Annual Review we visited SafeLane Global's HQ in Jowhar yesterday. As part of this SafeLane Global staff provided support with the training stands where they performed excellently. They were extremely professional, enthusiastic and friendly and contributed significantly to the visit. Please pass on our appreciation to the guys for their performance.“ Client's IED Operations Officer
Adding value to seismic operations in Kuwait
“SafeLane Global has been supporting our operations in Kuwait since 2008 providing Explosive Ordnance Clearance activities. Over the past five years we have established a successful working relationship and I can confirm that we are satisfied with the performance and high work ethics of SafeLane Global.”
A seismic company, Kuwait.
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Eric Isaacs EDD Handler, Syria
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