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Organizational partners that evaluate technology in their own humanitarian demining operations and provide assessment and feedback are key to HD R&D's success in research and development.

Cambodia Mine Action Center

CMAC logo The Cambodia Mine Action Center's humanitarian mandate is to clear land for resettlement of Internally Displaced People, agriculture, community development, and reconstruction of the national infrastructure. CMAC has grown rapidly from a small group of local deminers and a few international experts in 1993 to a large national organization that employs close to 3,000 deminers and HQ personnel. CMAC's four functional areas are Mine Awareness, Mine Verification, Mine/ UXO Clearance, and Training.

Chilean National Demining Commission

National Demining Commission logo The Comisión Nacional del Desminado was established in 2002 to coordinate Chile's humanitarian demining and stockpile reduction plans. Several units of the Chilean Army and Navy are performing demining operations around the country.

Golden West Humanitarian Foundation

Golden West logo The Golden West Humanitarian Foundation is the only operationally focused, United States based, non-profit charity dedicated to the development of innovative, appropriate technologies to overcome the operational limitations encountered by the humanitarian mine action community.

The HALO Trust

Halo Trust logo The HALO Trust is a non-political, non-religious NGO, registered in Britain as a charity (no.1001813) and in the United States as a 501(c)(3) Not-for-Profit organisation. HALO's mission is to lead the effort to protect lives and restore livelihoods threatened by landmines and the debris of war. HALO is clearing landmines in sixteen countries and four territories, along with a growing portfolio of programmes delivering weapons and ammunition management. HALO creates safe and secure environments, offers opportunities to rebuild lives and livelihoods, and prepares the way for development and long term stability.

Mines Advisory Group

MAG logo Mines Advisory Group (MAG) is one of the world's leading humanitarian organisations providing conflict-affected countries with a real chance for a better future. Operating since 1989 and having worked on a variety of conflict-related projects in around 35 countries, MAG is also co-laureate of the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize, awarded for our work with the International Campaign to Ban Landmines.


OAS AICMA logo Norwegian People?s Aid (NPA) is a leading organization in humanitarian disarmament, including mine action, arms management and destruction, and humanitarian disarmament initiatives. Traditional mine action, including the removal of landmines, cluster munitions and other ERW, is a major part of NPA?s portfolio and NPA is currently operational in 22 countries around the world.

Thailand Mine Action Center

TMAC logo The mission of the Thailand Mine Action Center is to coordinate, monitor, and implement mine clearance, landmine/unexploded ordnance surveys, mine awareness, and victim assistance activities thoughout Thailand. The center is also responsible for establishing a program to meet Thailand's obligations as a signatory to the Ottawa Treaty. It operates under the royal patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess Galyani Vadhana Krom Lung Naradhiwas Rajnagarindra.


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