FSD’s original mandate was mine action, but over the years its projects have evolved to include environmental clearance and peace support to meet the most pressing needs.
Iraq (2019) – A FSD demining team prepares for the day’s operations.
We save lives and relieve suffering wherever it occurs.
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News from the field
Each day, they deploy their courage and expertise to make the world a safer place. Read the testimonials and stories from our employees around the world.
In eastern Ukraine, the poverty caused by the armed conflict has led many people to collect and sell scrap metal to earn a little more money. This is a risky activity, which exposes them to landmines and unexploded ordnance. One day someone brought me an old bucket...
Some time ago, FSD was invited to visit a sixth-grade class at the Florimont Institute in Geneva to talk to students about humanitarian demining. After the presentation, the children asked questions which were recorded and passed on to our deminers in the field. This...
" I take advantage of my sermons to talk about unexploded ordnance " Joselito Remedios, 54, is a pastor and an explosive ordnance risk education provider. For the past year, he has been a member of the Fondation suisse de déminage (FSD)’s volunteer team in the...
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