A Glimpse Into the Mine Risk Education Activities in Poland


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(DRC) Uncertainty and questions related to life-threatening risks posed by explosive hazards and remnants of war are widespread among Ukrainian refugees visiting their hometowns or considering returning one day…

Cut off from their families and friends in Ukraine, refugees hosted abroad maintain strong connections with their networks back home. They often tell DRC [Danish Refugee Council] about their wish to return and to reunite as soon as the situation allows for. Preparing those who travels back to Ukraine with safe behaviour knowledge around remnants of war and explosive hazards is a core component of assistance provided by DRC Explosive Ordnance Risk Education (EORE) team and through partners at the Community Centres and Collective Centres hosting displaced from Ukraine, as well as state at border checkpoints, railway and bus stations.

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Published: Friday, November 17, 2023

Last Updated: Wednesday, November 15, 2023

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