Norwegian People’s Aid transferred equipment to Cambodia

Norwegian People’s Aid Cambodia (NPA Cambodia) transferred on Friday, 15 February 2019 equipment used in its operation to the Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority (CMAA).

The equipment handed over to CMAA was funded by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) to develop coordination in mine action toward the areas of community clearance activities, obtainment and sharing better quality data, access web-based contamination mapping, report in near real-time, and map with GPS.

According to CMAA’s press release, the equipment includes: “five motorbikes (2018 Honda Dream 125cc), one Laptop (Lenovo), 51 Tablets, one Smartboard, two desktop computers, 10 rangefinders, 10 LCD projectors and 10 GPS maps.”

Norwegian People’s Aid Cambodia, a global non-profit and politically independent organization, has been assisting Cambodia for many years. Its missions focus in mine-explosives clearance, removal of unexploded ordnance and securing mine-free areas.

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