After years battling for independence, South Sudan declared itself an independent state in July 2011.
Sadly, this declaration did not result in the end of armed conflict, with a further civil war breaking out in 2013.
SafeLane Global remained active in South Sudan throughout the transition to independence, and through many of the worst years of civil war.
It maintained its presence in South Sudan, supporting and protecting its humanitarian clients’ critical efforts.
Recent talks to promote a power-sharing agreement have been accepted by the warring parties, bringing new hope for the future of South Sudan and its people.
During the anticipated transition to peace and security, SafeLane Global will remain poised to assist its humanitarian clients, and its highly trained and experienced personnel will be available to deploy to meet any time sensitive deadlines.
Clearing lines of disengagement in Southern Sudan
SafeLane Global was asked to provide two integrated teams to clear lines of disengagement (LOD) in Juba and Malakal.Read more
Mine detection dog teams South Sudan
SafeLane Global provided mine detection dog (MDD) teams to support mechanical operations in the Juba area.Read more
Explosive ordnance desktop assessment for oil company South Sudan
SafeLane Global conducted an explosive ordnance desktop assessment for a leading oil company.Read more
Integrated clearance capacity South Sudan
SafeLane Global provided manual teams, community liaison teams and a MineWolf System.Read more
Emergency response in South Sudan
For its humanitarian client, SafeLane Global provided six explosive detection dog (EDD) teams in response to an emergency requirement after notice of civil unrest.Read more
Route survey teams for humanitarian client
SafeLane Global deployed two route survey teams to conduct a variety of activities to support its humanitarian client in South Sudan.Read more
Explosive ordnance disposal in South Sudan
Provision of an EOD consultant to support an exploration project in South Sudan.Read more
I would thoroughly recommend SafeLane Global’s explosive detection dogs
"[SafeLane Global] handlers, without exception, have been loyal, trustworthy, disciplined and dedicated to delivering this invaluable service which is essential to protecting the integrity of the British Embassy. From the intense heat of summer to the freezing cold of winter the ED Dogs have been worked efficiently and it is obvious how well the [SafeLane Global] handlers care for them both in terms of welfare and training. In short – a job well done and I would thoroughly recommend the EDD product that [SafeLane Global] provide as a reliable, professional and well supported product."
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."
Professionalism of SafeLane Global HQ staff
Gus Maartens Mine Action Instructor, KSA
"Grant me the opportunity to provide feedback regarding my personal experience while dealing with [SafeLane Global], as well as my recruitment process over the past fortnight. After my telecom with Chris Clark regarding the offered position on the Thursday evening, I received the initial documentation from Rebecca the same day, which indicates the professionalism of [SafeLane Global] staff to me as an SANDF veteran! I was constantly kept in the loop regarding the developing situation with [SafeLane Global]. I am looking forward to commence with my post at [SafeLane Global]”