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Explosive ordnance risk education on International Mine Action Day, 4 April. (Ukraine)

Explosive ordnance risk education on International Mine Action Day, 4 April. (Ukraine).

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individuals

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companies

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support us in other ways

You can support us by organising a solidarity collection, a sports event, and more.
16-PARTICULIERS

Individual

Private donations allow us to act quickly and independently where the needs are more urgent. A one-time contribution or a regular commitment, the choice is yours!

19-ENTREPRISES

Companies

Would you like to get involved with your colleagues in a humanitarian project? The charity rounding is a programme simple to implement and meaningful for your company.

17-Fondations

fondations

We have several ongoing special campaigns. Find the one that matches your foundation’s values and resources.

19-LEGS

Wills & legates

Help us pass on to future generations a world free of mines and other dangerous remnants of war.

21-AUTREMENT

Other ways to help

You can support us by organising a solidarity collection, a sports event, and more.

Our engagements

Landscape and communities, Colombia

Preservation of the environment

Our projects are developped in accordance with our environmental policy, in order to guarantee a minimal impact on our planet.

Prototype of a drone that can be used to support technical surveys in locating explosive devices (Switzerland, 2020)

Finding innovative

solutions

We are always looking to provide the most effective assistance to our beneficiaries, including the use of new technologies.

Interviews for non technical survays, ukraine

Maintaining a close link
with the communities

We maintain a constant dialogue with local communities and adapt our activities according to the context and cultures encountered in order to best meet their needs.
Training of local staff

Creating local
opportunities

In each of our projects, we recruit and train our staff locally to promote employment and boost the local economy.

Explosive remnants of war, Ukraine

Transparency and accountability

We have strict rules regarding financial transparency and reporting to our donors, beneficiaries and the public.
Female demining team, iraq

Promoting diversity

We place great importance on our gender, diversity and inclusion policy, both in the implementation of our programs and in human resources.

KEY DOCUMENTS

Statutes and internal policies

Gender, Diversity and Inclusion

PDF, 265 Ko

Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse

PDF, 386 Ko

Statutes

PDF, 411 Ko

Whistleblower Policy

PDF, 617 Ko

Code of Conduct

PDF, 118 Ko

Code of Ethics

PDF, 2 MB

Environmental Policy

PDF, 423 Ko

Stakeholder, Beneficiary and Social Management Policy

PDF, 522 Ko

Sanctions policy

PDF, 308 Ko

Gender, Diversity and Inclusion

PDF, 265 Ko

Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse

PDF, 386 Ko

Statutes

PDF, 411 Ko

Whistleblower Policy

PDF, 617 Ko

Code of Conduct

PDF, 118 Ko

Code of Ethics

PDF, 2 MB

Environmental Policy

PDF, 423 Ko

Stakeholder, Beneficiary and Social Management Policy

PDF, 522 Ko

Sanctions policy

PDF, 308 Ko

your support is precious

Demining is a technical and time-consuming task that requires a sustained commitment over time. Want to help make the world a safer place?

 

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Our current operations

une famille en Afghanistan

Afghanistan

Young children in the town of Bouar where FSD supports the ongoing peace process and the socio-economic development of communities. (Central African Republic, 2019)

Central African Republic

PRODECO teams in the field, a joint project of 4 organisations working together to clear Chad of mines. (2019)

Chad

A deminer from FSD marks the location of an improvised explosive device on a minefield (Iraq, 2019)

Iraq

In Colombia, FSD supports the national authorities in the management and coordination of demining operations, including the use of dogs

Colombia

Maintaining a close link with the population is essential for successful mine action operations (Philippines)

Philippines

An abandoned swing in Ukraine

Ukraine

In order to prevent obsolete weapons and ammunition from falling into the wrong hands, FSD is mandated to destroy these devices safely. (Tajikistan)

Tajikistan

News from the field

FSD, it’s them.
Every day, they put their courage and expertise to work to make the world a safer place. Read the testimonials and stories from our employees around the world.

Our action in Ukraine – From March 28 to April 10, 2022

Our action in Ukraine – From March 28 to April 10, 2022

March 28 to April 10, 2022 For weeks Valeriia, one of our paramedics, and other team members from Mariupol (Марі у́поль) were unable to communicate, due to the lack of connection and electricity. They were able to escape and tell us now about their stories:Valeriia...

International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action

International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action

Together against mines and explosive remnants of war Every year, thousands of civilians are killed or maimed by mines or unexploded ordnance. A single step or contact with these devices is enough to trigger a deadly explosion. More than 60 countries are currently...

Our latest interventions in Ukraine – 21-27 March

Our latest interventions in Ukraine – 21-27 March

Natalia tells her story to FSD staff. “We are from Sieverodonetsk (Сєвєродоне́цьк). We were forced to leave our hometown as the war started on the 24th of February”. The whole town was under fire. For two weeks we were hiding in a bomb shelter, because our apartment...