Armenia

Mine Detection Dog Center in Bosnia and Herzegovina is active in Armenia since October 2015, through the training of six mine detection dog teams which deployment in the field will significantly improve the process of reducing mine suspected area in this country. The cooperation with Center for Humanitarian Demining of Armenia and MDDC started after the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between MDDC, Marshall Legacy Institute and ITF Enhancing Human Security. The project is funded by US Department of State through the ITF, and by Marshall Legacy Institute and it encompasses six months of training mine detection dog teams in PKEB headquarters (Peacekeeping Engineering Battalion) in Echmiadzin, Armenia, followed by their testing and accreditation and finally six months of MDDC's supervision of their work in the minefields in Syunik area in south of Armenia. Newly trained mine detection dog teams have arrived to Armenia on November 20, 2015 and it is expected that their work will enhance the process of demining in Armenia.

Mine Detection Dog Center in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Adress: Safeta Pašalića 46
71000 Sarajevo
Tel: +387 33 264 030
Fax: +387 33 264 031
Nermin Hadžimujagić, Director
nermin@mddc.ba
Marija Trlin, Public Relations
marija@mddc.ba
Leila Alajbegović, Administration
leila@mddc.ba
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