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Saving Lives and Supporting Development for Cambodia

CMAC HQ - PHNOM PENH
CMAC Building, Road Duong Ngeap,
Chaomchao Commune,
Dongkor District, Phnom Penh,
Cambodia.

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  • CMAC JMAS  Project CBPD signed 12 Sep 2014
    Date: Friday Sep 12, 2014
    The Cambodian Mine Action Centre “CMAC” and The Japanese Mine Action Service “JMAS” hosted a formal signing ceremony of the Partnership Cooperation Agreement for the amount of USD 459,898.39 in order to conduct the project for Capacity Building Project on Demining (CBPD) in Chaeng Meanchey commune, Banan district, Battambang province.

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  • United CMAC FC before the Game
    Date: Monday Aug 11, 2014
    On August 11, 2014 at the Cambodian Mine Action Centre Headquarters (CMAC HQ), H.E. Heng Ratana, Delegate of the Royal Government in charge as Director-General of CMAC, had a meeting with the United CMAC Football Club, a day before they will have their K1 National Match in Kampot Province.

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  • Japanese Students Visit Minefield
    Date: Wednesday Aug 06, 2014
    Japanese students, led by a Rotary Club delegation, visited a minefield near Battambang on August 06, 2014, to learn about community development in Khliang Meas.

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  • Cambodia-Thailand: Exchange of Experiences On Mine and UXO Clearance
    Date: Friday Aug 01, 2014
    A Thai delegation led by Kittiporn Manoonimit, Deputy Director-General of the Thailand Mine Action Centre (TMAC), visited Cambodia to exchange experiences and practices on mine and UXO clearance, especially on the clearance of land mines concealed underground.

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HISTORY

The Cambodian Mine Action Centre (CMAC) is Cambodia’s leading demining organization, working in the key areas of Survey and Land Release, Mine and UXO Clearance, Mine and UXO Risk Education and Training, Research and Development. CMAC currently has 1,715 staff across Cambodia, including a national office in Phnom Penh, six provincial demining units and a Training Centre in Kampong Chhnang, working towards the mission of "Saving lives and Supporting Development for Cambodia". Read More
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