Increasing lawlessness and the threat of terrorist activity in Northern Mali has led to a security crisis which threatens to engulf the region.
The diminishing power of the state has left a power vacuum in which the use of explosive violence has become an everyday reality for the people of Mali.
In this context, SafeLane Global has been at the forefront of efforts to protect humanitarian workers with the provision of explosive detection dog teams.
As the security environment continues to deteriorate, SafeLane Global retains the capacity and willingness to deploy every available asset to Mali, and support those working to enhance security and promote peace.
Explosive detection dogs in Gao, Mali
For its humanitarian client in Mali, SafeLane Global deployed seven explosive detection dog (EDD) teams.Read more
Cooperation, support and team work spirit
Mike Mpango, Veterinary Officer in Somalia
"As for the [SafeLane Global] team answering any questions raised, I just give them credit apparently. most especially the Project Manager and Deputy project manager , Project officer, Project support officer and the Acting Operations Officer. Their cooperation, support and team work spirit, has done me a good job in service delivery. With regards to the recruitment exercise, I just regard it to be good, fast and not time consuming, especially if the candidate is ready to immediately undertake the job. The man power executive were extremely supportive and informative, and that's how I was only able to be assessed, recruited and supported online to enter into Somalia, where I had never been before. I dont have additional comments, but just to wish the company success and prosperity.”
Positive attitude towards safety in Mozambique
"Thank you for the professional manner in which [SafeLane Global] completed this project on time. Your positive attitude towards safety as well as the proactive manner in which issues were resolved on site are noted and appreciated."
SafeLane Global is a lovely company
Daouda Zana Coulibaly, Former EOD Team Leader in Central African Republic, current EOD Team Leader in Darfur
“Yes [SafeLane Global] is good to answer any question i may have. I appreciated the recruitment process of [SafeLane Global] , Very quick and [SafeLane Global] is ready any times to up to date the staff for the step of deployment. With [SafeLane Global], we just need to send our CV to Charlotte Haines or Rebecca Wright for review , but with the others companies is very hard . With Most of the other companies, you need to fill a cover letter, fill also a template and the CV. You will now do 2 interviews. And you will also do a small exercise before the second interview. If you failed for that exercise, you failed for that job. For any additional comment, i will just say [SafeLane Global] is a lovely company. I hope [SafeLane Global] will be the very best company around the world.”