100,000 items of explosive ordnance cleared in Yemen
Project Masam has removed and destroyed 100,000 items of explosive ordnance, providing immediate benefit to the Yemeni people.
Project Masam is a humanitarian mine, unexploded ordnance (UXO) and improvised explosive device (IED) clearance programme initiated by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to assist the people of Yemen.
It is implemented by Dynasafe Middle East Project Management.
SafeLane Director Chris Clark, MBE MC, said:
"SafeLane Global is proud to be supporting this groundbreaking initiative and commends The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman for his vision and humanity in achieving this success.
"The removal and destruction of 100,000 items of explosive ordnance provides immediate benefit to the Yemeni people and prepares the ground for follow on stabilisation and reconstruction efforts."
Watch 3,000 explosive ordnance items, including land mines, being destroyed in TaaZ Province.