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A recently concluded project in Albania helped remove almost 175,000 unexploded ordnances and release over 1,500,000 m² of land.

In Croatia, ITF helped demilitarize or destroy more than 150 tonnes of excess rocket and artillery ammunition this year.

On Mine Awareness Day we are inspired by 5 survivors of landmine explosions from BIH who conquered Mt. Triglav.

Žiga Živulović jr./BOBO

News

Cluster Munitions Clearance Project in Sjenica Enables Safe Use of Agricultural Land
17/09/2020

Cluster Munitions Clearance Project in Sjenica Enables Safe Use of Agricultural Land

Around 4 kilometres from the Serbian town of Sjenica, over 94,000 square meters of agricultural land were released for safe use after the conclusion of ITF’s cluster munitions clearance project.
Over 21,000 Syrian Refugees in Jordan Receive Mine Risk Education
17/08/2020

Over 21,000 Syrian Refugees in Jordan Receive Mine Risk Education

ITF recently concluded a mine risk education project in Jordan, implementing 466 workshops for more than 21,000 Syrian refugees. Since March, activities were carried out remotely and included lessons on preventing the spread of COVID-19.
Convention on Cluster Munitions Turns 10
01/08/2020

Convention on Cluster Munitions Turns 10

After 10 years of the Convention on Cluster Munitions, cluster munitions continue to endanger civilians.
The Vitez Municipality in BiH Cleared of Landmines and UXO
27/06/2020

The Vitez Municipality in BiH Cleared of Landmines and UXO

The successful release of 195,998 square meters of land and the removal of 7 landmines and 6 UXO has made the Vitez Municipality safer for more than a thousand of its residents.
Reflecting on the COVID-19 Lockdown
18/06/2020

Reflecting on the COVID-19 Lockdown

During the recent lockdown related to the COVID-19 pandemic, ITF’s work became even more important. In order to continue providing humanitarian support and enhancing human security the entire team had to adapt.
Gaza Strip Residents Better Prepared to Face the COVID-19 Outbreak
11/06/2020

Gaza Strip Residents Better Prepared to Face the COVID-19 Outbreak

ITF has partnered with the NGO Zavod NUR to train medical workers in the Gaza Strip while also providing protective equipment for local communities to better face the COVID-19 crisis.
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@ITFsi: We are glad that core tasks of #MineAction continue to be discussed despite the current restrictions.💼😷Thankful to… https://t.co/9y0JsHHxQc
@ITFsi: [#InternationalDayOfPeace] Today, we strengthen the ideals of #peace and join the @UN🇺🇳 family in encouraging every… https://t.co/ml1bhXKeBv
@ITFsi: [#Serbia] More than 94,000 sq.m. of agricultural land near Sjenica, SRB🇷🇸 was returned to residents for safe… https://t.co/dq5K1SXGZq

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