Mrs. Tuyet highlighted the cleared land areas were used to erect important facilities for the communities such as health stations and schools.
There are over 4,000 affected victims of unexploded ordnance in the local community, the authorities conducted surveys and provided aid to the population, with the focus on creating livelihoods for the people.
So far, the KVMAP has conducted technical surveys on over 16,880 hectares and cleared over 5,700 hectares of unexploded ordnance. Through technical survey and clearance, the project has collected and disposed of various unexploded ordnance types from two provinces with a priority on safety.
The population in the scope of the Korean – Vietnam Mine Action Project in Binh Dinh and Quang Binh will be able to use the entire cleared land areas after the finish of the project, and to produce mindfully, as well as building social welfare facilities. All of which will contribute to a clean environment and promote sustainable development.