‘Journal of ERW and Mine Action’ dedicates an article to the TIRAMISU study of current land release processes
The new issue of the ‘Journal of ERW and Mine Action’ has dedicated an article to a study of land release processes carried out by Snail Aid –Technology for Development, as part of the TIRAMISU project’s activities.
Snail Aid, as the lead partner for the Mine Risk Education element of the TIRAMISU project, conducted a three-month survey of key mine action stakeholders in Angola, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cambodia, Croatia, Northern Iraq and Tajikistan.
The purpose of the study was to identify the strengths and weaknesses associated with current land release processes and to promote sharing of best practice amongst mine action operators. In order to achieve these aims , the study gathered as much detailed data as possible on the two core land release components: Non-technical Survey (NTS) and Technical Survey (TS).
For further information : http://cisr.jmu.edu/journal/17.2/index.htm
Caption of the picture: Mine-protected vehicle used with steel wheels in Technical Survey
Credits: Snail Aid - Technology for Development