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Press release on IED explosion

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Press release

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Landmines and situation of Nepal

Purna Article 4 April 2019 Article on the occasion of 4th April 2019, A Global Day of Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action

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Press release, 3 December

Press statment 3 Dec 2018 On the occasion of International Day of Persons with Disabilities, NCBL released a press statement.

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NCBL Youth Ambassador’s program 2018

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  The Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) organized Youth Ambassadors program at Kapilbastu district, Province no 3 on 1 and 2 December 2018. During the program various activities have been organized. Such as, • Scholarship program distribution to landmine survivors for higher education • Capacity building on technology and computer support for ERW survivors • […]

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Raising voice for accessibility infrastructure

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Ban Landmines Campaign Npeal (NCBL) raised the issue of accessible infrastructure for person with disabilities during a workshop on Agency Mapping on Post-Quake Reconstruction: A Social Rebuilding Perspective on 29 Nov 2018. NCBL stressed that changes to attitudes is extremely important for a wide-spread adoption of accessible buildings. Accessible infrastructure is necessary for all persons […]

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Speech Program

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“Being a survivor: Landmine survivors speak out” A program by NCBL Youth Ambassadors Date: 1-2 December 2018 Venue: Gorusinge, Rupandehi district, Province no. 5

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A discussion program on Sustainable Peace: Challenges of Improvised Explosive Devises and Its Solution

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The Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL) organized a discussion program on Sustainable Peace: Challenges of Improvised Explosive Devises and Its Solution on 13 November 2018. In that program Mr. Krishna Kumar Tamang, Retired Additional Inspector General of Armed Force Police presented a paper on that theme. Purna Shova Chitrakar, Coordinator of Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal […]

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Survivors meeting at Kathmandu

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The Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal organized a meeting of survivors at the NCBL office on 7 May 2018 with the aim to share the further development of SNV project, disseminate the information of NCBL activities, government update, and evaluation of the impact of survivor’s delegation to the government. Discussion and conclusion: SNV project: It was […]

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A Peaceful United Korea is a Landmine-Free Korea

Recent positive developments in the Korean Peninsula have surprised and shown the world that peace is possible. Asia campaigners to ban landmines applaud the political will to end the war in the peninsula, although much hard work remains to be done. The declaration of peace between South and North Korea will greatly contribute to the […]

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Happy International Day of Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action 2018 !!!

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CLICK HERE FOR THE REPORT: Mine Action in Nepal Report – 4 April 2018 As revealed yesterday, to celebrate this year’s International Day of Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action, NCBL’s co-founder, Purna Shova Chitrakar, has written a report regarding Nepal’s mine action initiatives since the start of the civil conflict and the humanitarian dilemma. The […]

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