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CONTACT INFO
  • Address: 981(B), 1st Floor, Zahti(1) Street, Thingungyun township,
    Yangon, Myanmar
  • Phone: +95 9 250 361 367
  • Mobile: +95 9 972 459 224
  • Email: admin@joydash.com

MRE Myanmar Details

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  • Released: 1564358400000

This is the free interactive Mine Risk Education training for Myanmar. The training takes around 50 minutes and takes you through key messages on how to stay safe and prevent death and injuries from landmines, unexploded ordnance and other explosive devices in affected areas. You will also learn how to recognize dangerous and suspicious items and areas; what to do if you see suspicious items or areas and learn what might happen if you do not follow safe ways.
So for you and your family’s safety, you can learn about explosive and their dangers, do’s and don’ts, in this training. Therefore, please pay attention to the messages and carefully go through the activities.
The content of this interactive MRE application has been built around the five key messages which are central to the MRE storyboard and other components of the MRE toolkit, designed in 2015.


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This is the free interactive Mine Risk Education training for Myanmar. The training takes around 50 minutes and takes you through key messages on how to stay safe and prevent death and injuries from landmines, unexploded ordnance and other explosive devices in affected areas. You will also learn how to recognize dangerous and suspicious items and areas; what to do if you see suspicious items or areas and learn what might happen if you do not follow safe ways.
So for you and your family’s safety, you can learn about explosive and their dangers, do’s and don’ts, in this training. Therefore, please pay attention to the messages and carefully go through the activities.
The content of this interactive MRE application has been built around the five key messages which are central to the MRE storyboard and other components of the MRE toolkit, designed in 2015.

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