Building an Environment for Better Life and Sustainable Future 


 I. Japan Mine Action Service

Japan Mine Action Service (JMAS) is a Japanese non-profit organization engaged in international   humanitarian activities by removing landmines and unexploded ordinance (UXO). We are helping create an environment in which people can have better   living conditions including: physical safety,   livelihood and food security, poverty reduction, and a sustainable environment. Since the establishment of JMAS in 2001, it has implemented several UXO/Mine clearance projects in number of countries, such as Cambodia, Lao PDR, Afghanistan, and Angola.



II. Japan Mine Action Service in Lao PDR

JMAS' program in Lao PDR begun in September 2005 aims to work for UXO clearance operation in Xiengkhouang Province for 05 years from February 2006 to March 2011 and expands to the Attapue Province from April 2010 in collaboration with UXO Lao, providing financial, technical, management and administrative support to UXO Lao from June 2011, JMAS establish an UXO clearance project in Laongam District, Saravan Province in collaboration with National Regulatory Authority (NRA) on an annual basis. Those two projects are subject to funding availability from Japanese Government (grant aid from the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the use of Japanese tax) and/or donors.




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