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.

Case studies

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.

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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.

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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.

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Humanitarian operations in Democratic Republic of Congo

SafeLane Global provided explosive ordnance detection and mine risk education in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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