Phnom Penh: Mine Authority and Mine Advisory Group (MAG) on June 22, 2020 signed a Memorandum of Understanding on the management of operational information in the field under the auspices of the Clean Development and Research Program. Humanitarian Demining Research and Development Program_HDR&D. According to the Mines Authority Facebook page.
Senior Minister Ly Thuch, mine's first deputy director, said that the mine action sector in Cambodia has now reached a turning point in information management through the use and development of new information technology, which is an important part of data management. Mine action in Cambodia is highly effective in the 21st century.
The Mine Authority, the Field Marshal for the Royal Government of Mine Action, will continue to support and cooperate with all national and international demining operators to ensure successful mine action planning and in line with the National Mine Action Plan 2018 2025: Cambodia: No Mine by 2025
The Minister added that improving the Mines Management Information System across the country is a must for all concerned and timely to meet the needs of all stakeholders. All by being able to download and use quality and accurate information in line with the modernization of information technology.
The first contribution of the US HDR&D program through MAG will be to further strengthen the capacity of national and sub-national officials of mine authorities across 25 capital-provinces to collect data faster and more effectively. Report it to the Mines Authority on time.
The Senior Minister, on behalf of the Royal Government of Cambodia, would like to thank HDR & D and MAG, represented by Mr. Shathel Fahs, for joining the Royal Government of Cambodia to free the land and save the lives of the people who are threatened by landmines and waste. Today, after the war, MAG brings HDR&D to support the upgrade of the mine management information system across the country.