Sudan has had a long history of conflict and explosive violence, including two civil wars, which ultimately led to the independence of South Sudan in 2011.
These conflicts cost the lives of an estimated 1.5 million people, and left a legacy of unexploded ordnance that continues to threaten the safety of local communities.
Fortunately the survey and clearance of explosive remnants of war has long been a critical priority for the Sudanese government, and excellent progress has been made in recent years.
SafeLane Global has been supporting these efforts since 2007, and remains active in Darfur where it provides rapid response and mentoring teams to respond to explosive hazards.
As Sudan continues its efforts to promote peace and regeneration, SafeLane Global is proud to assist the government with the protection of its citizens.
Explosive ordnance disposal Sudan
SafeLane Global deployed rapid response teams and EOD survey teams, supported by a management capacity, to Sudan.Read more
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