Colombian Campaign Against Landmines Provides Training to Indigenous Community


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(Pressenza) The Colombian Campaign Against Mines (CCCM), carries out Humanitarian Demining through activities that lead to the elimination of threats by Explosive Artifacts (EA) in the municipalities of Mutatá, Dabeiba, Murindó and Turbo, located in the west of the country, in the department of Antioquia, promoting the integral development of the communities through the promotion of Humanitarian Disarmament and Human Security.

In Colombia, the CCCM is training personnel from ethnic territories in the Urabá area in Non-Technical Studies (NTS), promoting the participation and inclusion of 11 members of the Embera indigenous people. This training will provide the possibility of accreditation to work in their territory and with their communities in the region.

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Published: Wednesday, November 8, 2023

Last Updated: Monday, November 6, 2023

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