UXO and mine clearance remains crucial during the pandemic when many people seek to spend more time in nature.

Risk education enhances safety and reduces the risk of injury and death.

ITF is supporting at-risk communities during these challenging times.

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Four Cluster Munition Projects Successfully Completed in Serbia
12/10/2021

Four Cluster Munition Projects Successfully Completed in Serbia

Four cluster munition clearance project tasks implemented in Serbia – three in the Municipality of Sjenica and one in the Municipality of Tutin. The project enabled for 1,017,340 square meters of land to be safely returned to the local residents.
After 20 Years, The City of Sarajevo is Mine-Free
22/09/2021

After 20 Years, The City of Sarajevo is Mine-Free

Mine Free Sarajevo has officially been completed. Over six million square meters of mine-affected areas in and around the BIH capital Sarajevo have been released and 841 landmines and UXO have been found and destroyed in the process.
Germany Supports Land Release and Rehabilitation Activities in BIH
07/09/2021

Germany Supports Land Release and Rehabilitation Activities in BIH

We are pleased to announce that Germany continues to support the land release activities and rehabilitation program in BiH in 2021 with the goal of enhancing the quality of life and social status of mine victims and their family members.
Beekeeping As a Way Of Empowering Mine Victims
13/07/2021

Beekeeping As a Way Of Empowering Mine Victims

ITF has successfully enabled the participation of beekeepers, mine/UXO victims from BIH, in a training program, where they learned more about the culture of beekeeping, thanks to the support from the Republic of Korea.
Mine Free Sarajevo Field Operations Completed
30/06/2021

Mine Free Sarajevo Field Operations Completed

More than two decades after the end of the war, Sarajevo will be mine free. Project supported by the United States government will enable safe return of more than 6 million square meters of land to local residents.
Japan Continues to Support ITF Enhancing Human Security in Bosnia and Herzegovina
20/05/2021

Japan Continues to Support ITF Enhancing Human Security in Bosnia and Herzegovina

On the occasion of the official visit of Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan H.E. Mr. Toshimitsu Motegi to Bosnia and Herzegovina, ITF Director Tomaž Lovrenčič signed a Donation Agreement with the Ambassador of Japan H. E. Makoto Ito.
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