The number of victims from mines and explosive remnants of war (ERW) has risen by 58% in Myanmar, according to the Mine Risk Working Group. The risk of accidents is heightened for those living in rural areas and in poverty. “Documenting victims’ profiles and risk behaviours is essential for preventing further accidents”, says Danish Demining Group (DDG) Program Manager in Myanmar, Pascal Simon.
December issue of the Legal Alert focuses on the following:
Increase in Minimal Living Wage and Minimal Salary Rates
The Cabinet has Presscribed a Form for Technical Inspections Act for Living Premises
The Court has Quashed Cabinet Resolution No. 365 on the Ground of Discrimination of IDPs
The Cabinet has Adopted IDP Integration and Durable Solutions Strategy
Undocumented returnees and refugees returning to Afghanistan from neighbouring countries face an increased risk of harm from mines and explosive remnants of war (ERW). The current influx of returnees has meant a shift in focus for the Danish Demining Group’s (DDG) Risk Education programme in Afghanistan.
The Danish Demining Group (DDG) is looking for a highly qualified and motivated Programme Manager / Head of Office to strengthen and oversee DDG’s armed violence prevention activities in Tunisia.
The Danish Demining Group:
The Head of Programme (HoP) role in DDG Colombia is required to have overarching responsibility for a dynamic operations and support team, and will be involved in the setup, launch, and implementation of new Humanitarian Mine Action (HMA) and Armed Violence Reduction (AVR) activities for a programme undergoing an expansion process.
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