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Thai Civilian Deminer Association (TDA): Completion of MRCT

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 Completion of MRCT Project

Completion of MRCT

Throughout the 19 month-operational period, all MRCT project staffs worked synergistically and systematically to achieve the main project objectives. They all could make slightly better than what had been targeted or expected. At the end of the project on October 2015, approximately 2,445,513 sq. m. were cleared and returned to local communities, compared with original targeted area of 2,420,000 sq. m. Apart from targeted contaminated area of CHA 387-01, one more real minefield with exact boundary DHA 397-01-1 were also cleared that can assure no more accident in the proximity of MRCT project.

 In the beginning, TDA had expected that about 500 dangerous items of landmines, UXO, and other ERW would had been found. Throughout the hard and pain taking works of project staffs especially deminers, to the end of MRCT project, 2,729 items of dangerous object, were found, marked, and put to the EOD processes by the assistances graciously made by HMAU-3 under TMAC guidance. Of those items, 1,440 were landmine (70% were functional), while 373 items, 217 items, 692 item, am 7 items were Rocket (including RPG), Grenade, Mortar, and Artillery Projectile respectively, and were estimated 30% functional.


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