Fortunately, Zambia has managed to avoid much of the violence and instability of its neighbours in recent years. With rapid economic growth fuelled by its copper industry and Chinese investment, Zambia has worked hard to eliminate the threat of landmines left from regional conflicts of the 1960s and 1990s.

In 2009 Zambia became the third country in southern Africa to declare that all mined areas are now safe for normal human activity. Nonetheless, authorities note that while all known landmines have been cleared, explosive remnants of war may yet be found.

Case studies

Explosive remnants of war in Zambia

Zambia has declared that all mined areas are now safe from mines, however explosive remnants of war may yet be found.

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Disarmament support operations Central African Republic

SafeLane Global supported disarmament operations in the Central African Republic.

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UXO and ERW clearance of Kuwait oil fields

SafeLane Global was tasked with clearing unexploded ordnance (UXO) and explosive remnants of war (ERW) for a private client in Kuwait.

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Demining in Mozambique for a petroleum company

SafeLane Global provided bush clearing and demining services for the petroleum production agreement infill and delineation wells project.

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