Mine Detection Dog Center in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Mine Detection Dog Center in Bosnia and Herzegovina - MDDC -  have the capacity and personnel trained to respond to any request to train service dogs such are mine detection dogs, explosive detection dogs, narcotic detection dogs, police patrol dogs and search and rescue dogs.

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25-06-2018 09:01

Official handover in Busovača marks the completion of demining project

tl_files/minigalerija/Busovaca3.jpgMine Detection Dog Center in Bosnia and Herzegovina - MDDC have successfully completed the demining project in the area of Busovača - Kula Krčevina municipality, size 42.138 square meters. The project was funded by the US State Department through the Marshall Legacy Institute. Demining activities began in May and on June 19, 2018 the the cleared areas was handed over to local authorities and to the population for use

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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
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Leila Alajbegović, Administration
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