In Mauritania, the population of Nouadhibou is informed about the risks associated with the presence of anti-personnel mines, anti-tank mines and explosive remnants of war.
In the wake of the harrowing conflict and the lingering danger of explosive remnants, Sinjar’s path to recovery has been marked by stories of resilience,
Interview with AHMED SEDIG, President of the Nouadhibou NGO Network (RONG), HAMAP-Humanitaire’s local partner in Mauritania
Ahmed Sedig is the President of the Nouadhibou NGO Network (RONG). In this interview, he talks about working with HAMAP-Humanitaire. Could you introduce yourself and
In the heart of Sinjar, where the scars of conflict run deep, a dedicated gender-mixed team of deminers, supervised by a 41-year-old man, is working
Interview with the Head of Section of the National Humanitarian Demining Program for Development in Mauritania
Chief Warrant Officer Abdawa Abdel Vetah Bowba, PNDHD section head Chief Warrant Officer Abdawa Abdel Vetah Bowba is Head of Section at the National Humanitarian