08:13 | 11/05/2022
The Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA) has pledged to maintain coordination with relevant agencies of the central province of Quang Nam to speed up the process of achieving operation permit certificate in Quang Nam in the near future.
07:59 | 23/04/2022
Non-technical survey (NTS) to help increase safety and awareness of local communities on unexploded ordnance in central Quang Binh province -- one of the provinces highly contaminated with unexploded ordnance (UXO) left over from the war in central Vietnam..
08:08 | 15/03/2022
The Norwegian People’s Aid helped Thua Thien Hue province improve mine clearance capacity according the International Mine Action Standards (IMAS)
13:44 | 05/03/2022
Norwegian People’s Aid is conducting a soil pollution analysis to detect explosive-related chemicals in Vietnam's soil.
08:30 | 10/02/2022
Resuming operations after Tet holiday, NPA/RENEW teams safely destroyed dozens of unexploded ordnance.
07:49 | 07/12/2021
A training course on information management at Vietnam National Mine Action Center (VNMAC), with the support of the US, opened in Hanoi on Dec. 6 for military officers.
08:02 | 25/11/2021
NPA/RENEW just handed over nearly four million square meters of land cleared of explosives to the people of Quang Tri province.
10:08 | 31/10/2021
Norwegian People's Aid Vietnam will continue to help the country improve its capacity in clearing the explosive remnants of war.
17:12 | 21/10/2021
Vietnamese, UK organizations cooperated in addressing post-war bombs, mines.
08:18 | 02/10/2021
The Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA) supports Covid-19 response in the central province of Quang Tri.
08:28 | 11/07/2021
Explosive ordnance disposal teams are still working amidst the Covid-19 pandemic which hasn’t not yet been totally contained.
08:24 | 10/04/2021
Nearly 500 explosives were safely destroyed on April 9 by a Norwegian People’s Aid/Project RENEW explosive ordnance disposal team at NPA/RENEW’s central demolition site in Trieu Trach Commune of the central province of Quang Tri.
08:39 | 26/03/2021
An 500 lb MK 82 aircraft bomb has been found in Sao Sa village, Bo Trach Commune, Quang Binh Province.
07:15 | 16/03/2021
Following further searching on the building site of a local's house in Dong Ha city, Quang Tri province, the Norwegian People’s Aid/Project RENEW (NPA/RENEW) Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) team has found 22 different explosives ordnance and over 350 small arms munitions.
16:04 | 02/03/2021
So far in 2021, Norwegian People’s Aid/Project RENEW (NPA/RENEW) technical survey teams have located and safely destroyed over 480 cluster munitions and other explosive ordnance in the central province of Quang Tri.
15:35 | 26/02/2021
Explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) teams of Norwegian People’s Aid/Project RENEW (NPA/RENEW) are working untiredly amidst the pandemic which hasn’t not yet been totally contained in Vietnam.
10:20 | 09/11/2020
Following over a year's work, the project has completed 17 Technical Survey (TS) tasks, with over 9 million square meters surveyed, resulted in 10 Confirmed Hazardous Areas (CHAs), and over 16 million square meters defined as CHA.
07:49 | 12/09/2020
Norwegian People’s Aid (NPA)’s team recently safely destroyed nearly 100 cluster munitions found by local farmer in A Luoi district, Thua Thien Hue province.
07:53 | 05/09/2020
Members of Norwegian People’s Aid/Project RENEW Battle Area Clearance Teams (BAC) have started working again after 14 days of close down in Quang Tri province due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
07:14 | 31/08/2020
This year, the Norwegian People's Aid - Project RENEW (NPA/RENEW)’s Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) teams have so far conducted 401 spot tasks in response to EO discoveries that local people of Quang Tri province report to the hotline number. As a result, 585 items of explosive ordnance have been safely destroyed.
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