In July 2011, the Arab Spring prompted a range of domestic movements that reverberated through the Middle East region.

Amidst the instability of the ensuing Syrian Civil War and the emergence of ISIS in 2015, explosive threats have become a systemic and developing menace.

SafeLane Global has been protecting key locations in Syria for humanitarian organisations and operations since first becoming operational in-country in 2014.

SafeLane Global has a range of canine, demining and counter-IED assets in Syria to enable their continued support throughout this conflict, and into subsequent recovery operations.

Case studies

Explosives detection dog teams in Damascus Syria

SafeLane Global was asked to supply explosive detection dog (EDD) capacity to support humanitarian operations in Damascus, Syria.

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