Background:
Danish Demining Group (DDG) was established in 1998 and undertakes all aspects of mine action, incl. mine and EOD clearance, mine risk education, victim assistance, advocacy and stockpile destruction. Danish Demining Group (DDG) has operated in Afghanistan since 1999. At present the total work force consist of approximately 500 national employees involved in manual demining, manual surface and sub-surface clearance, mechanical clearance, mine risk education and awareness and EOD work As an organization under the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), DDG’s work is conducted in close co-operation with DRC’s activities whenever feasible.

DRC is a non-profit, private, humanitarian organization, which aim is to protect refugees and internally displaced persons against persecution and to promote durable solutions based on humanitarian principles and human rights, both in Denmark and internationally. Support and capacity building of local and national authorities and NGOs form an integrated part of the work as does relief work and other humanitarian aid, rehabilitation, support to return and repatriation, and the removal of landmines.
Require employees at deferent location:
MRE Instructor (2 for Kandahar)
MRE instructor (2 for Paktiya)
MRE Instructor (2 for Nangarhar)
MRE Instructor (4 for Kabul)

 

 

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