The HALO Trust employs over 900 national staff with eight expatriate managers in Angola. In 2008 HALO was responsible for 47 percent of the mined area cleared and 87 percent of the mines cleared in Angola. Its recent focus has been Kuando Kubango province—one of the most heavily mined areas of Angola and also one of the least economically developed provinces. This article begins with a case study to demonstrate the local mine problem, elaborates upon the full scope of HALO’s activities, analyzes HALO’s statistical achievements toward mine reduction, and concludes with HALO’s recent successes and future prospects.
Forbes, Rory; Demulier, Marie; and Genung, Andrew
"The HALO Trust Activities in Kuando Kubango, Angola,"
The Journal of ERW and Mine Action
: Vol. 14
, Article 8.
Available at: https://commons.lib.jmu.edu/cisr-journal/vol14/iss2/8
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