South Sudan news: Dynasafe gifts demining equipment

South Sudan demining equipment gift

For over a decade, Dynasafe MineTech has worked unceasingly on a series of large-scale humanitarian demining projects across the geographically stunning, yet hazardously complex landscapes of South Sudan. Tasked with creating safe spaces for local children, safe passage for humanitarian aid, and training South Sudanese citizens, we’ve utilised every possible resource to complete this critical…

Landmine clearance in Yemen: a unique humanitarian initiative

Dynasafe Area Clearance Global Director of Operations, Chris Clarke MBE MC, has just returned to the UK after visiting Project Masam in Yemen last week. Project Masam is the ground-breaking and unique humanitarian project, conceived and delivered by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, to address the suffering caused by landmines and unexploded ordnance in the…

Dynasafe detection dogs in action!

Dynasafe have provided over 50 canine projects across the world since 2004. Take a look at this video of our detection dogs in action:

Dynasafe Celebrate World Penguin Day!

There are 5 different species of penguin on the Falkland Islands, where Dynasafe have been working to remove landmines since March 2008. We know how important penguins are to the local community and the thousands of visitors who come to see them each year. Magellanic penguins on the Falkland Islands often burrow in minefields, which is why…

Dynasafe continue to support Safari Hotel blast recovery efforts in Somalia

On Saturday 14th October 2017 a flat-bed lorry packed with explosives was detonated outside the Safari Hotel in Mogadishu. The Vehicle Borne Improvised Explosive Device (VBIED) was believed to contain 300kg of explosives and caused the largest explosion in the city’s history. All buildings within 300m of the VBIED blast site were damaged beyond repair,…