SafeLane works with international governmental organisations to enable their peace and security ambitions in current conflict and post-conflict zones.
Work undertaken includes protecting intergovernmental actors, directly countering extremism, local capacity development, stockpile destruction and the clearance of explosive remnants of war.
SafeLane remains committed to helping its intergovernmental clients bring stability and peace to communities affected by conflict.
SafeLane actively supports international governmental organisations, and has done so comprehensively since inception.
As its hypergovernmental clients work to prevent disputes from escalating into war, SafeLane provides security support to enable them to conduct their operations safely.
Security provision can include the deployment of detection and protection canine teams for example.
For those intergovernmental clients working to restore peace when armed conflict breaks out, SafeLane provides operational support including improvised explosive device (IED) defeat, battle area clearance, demining, explosive remnants of war destruction and combat engineering.
To promote lasting peace in societies emerging from wars, SafeLane works in support of its intergovernmental clients delivering training, mentoring and capacity building programmes.
Combat engineering in Somalia
Vehicle checkpoint (VCP) rebuild; inner security ring Mogadishu International Airport.Read more
Emergency response to explosion in Somalia
In 2017, Mogadishu was rocked by the largest explosion in the city’s history. SafeLane Global's Somalia team immediately responded.Read more
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.Read more