This past year, the CBRNe Society, an international non-profit organization with the purpose of providing a nucleus of knowledge in the CBRNe community, promoting innovation and building bridges between stakeholders, signed a partnership agreement with the Cambodian Mine Action Center and Victim Assistance Authority (CMAA).

The new partnership agreement sheds light on the current state of the estimated 1800 square kilometers littered with landmines and explosive remnants, often in areas densely covered with forests and mountainous regions. Since 1979, the Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor reports that 64,720 mines/unexploded remnants of war produced 19,758 deaths and injured 44,962 people (58 casualties in 2017).

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