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Where we work
Where we work
Where we work
Since 1992, NPA has cleared one billion square metres of land and removed more than 2 million landmines and explosives in 45 countries.
Mine Action and Disarmament in Angola
Mine Action and Disarmament in Somalia
Mine Action and Disarmament in Zimbabwe
Mine Action and Disarmament in Cambodia
Lao People's Democratic Republic
Mine Action and Disarmament in Lao PDR
Nearly 80 years after the end of World War II, Palau is still contaminated with Explosive Remnants of War (ERW) on land and in the sea.
Mine Action and Disarmament in Thailand
Mine Action and disarmament in Tajikistan
Mine Action and Disarmament in Vietnam
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mine Action and Disarmament in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mine Action and Disarmament in Kosovo
NPA assists Peru with disposal of arms and ammunition, and destruction of stockpiled cluster bombs.
Mine Action and Disarmament in Afghanistan
Mine Action and Disarmament in Iraq
Mine Action and Disarmament in Lebanon
Mine Action and Disarmament in Syria
NPA provide mine detection dogs (MDDs) capacity for the Yemen Executive Mine Action Centre (YEMAC)
Mozambique has vast, unknown quantities of poorly managed, unserviceable ammunition that pose a risk of unplanned explosions.
The humanitarian impact of the ongoing conflict and the extensive use of explosive weapons in populated areas in Ukraine has been unparalleled in Europe since the Second World War.
NPA clears landmines, cluster munitions and explosive remnants of war
Mine Detection Dogs
NPA's breeding and training center for mine and explosive detection dogs in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina is recognised as one of the best in the sector.
We take a leading role in the development of international weapons policies.
The Convention on Cluster Munitions
The Convention on Cluster Munitions is the international agreement prohibiting cluster munitions.
Explosive Weapons in Populated Areas (EWIPA)
Explosive weapons with wide-area effects are a major cause of harm to civilians when used in populated areas.
The Mine Ban Treaty
The Mine Ban Treaty was adopted in Oslo 1997, and entered into force in 1999. As part of ICBL, Norwegian People's Aid played a key role in the process.
The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons
Norwegian People's Aid are proud members of The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons.
Stop Killer Robots - autonomous weapons systems
We must ban lethal autonomous weapons systems - so-called killer robots - before they are developed, and maintain human control of life and death decisions.
We take the lead on environmental protection in the Mine Action and Disarmament sector.
Explosive Ordnance Risk Education
Teaching civilians in mine affected communities how to stay safe.
Conflict Preparedness and Protection
Empowering civilians in war zones with basic safety and survival skills.
Mine Action and Disarmament