The Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority (CMAA) has been working on policy guideline and strategic plan development for mine action in Cambodia since 2000. We work with strong collaboration and partnership with both national and international institutions and organizations. We also represent the Royal Government of Cambodia in international mine action forums.

Today, mine clearance, mine risk education, survivor assistance, and related mine action activities are conducted in Cambodia under the authority of the CMAA. Cambodia and our people highly appreciate and thank for all your support in mine action.

A Cambodia free from the impact of mines and explosive remnants of war.

Without landmines, the crops are grown

A 53-year-old man, NEB Den and his family have been living in Boyakha Sangkat, Pailin Province since 1979 where landmines have been laid in the ground since Pol Pot Regime. He is a former Khme....

Stripped of landmines, land bears fruit

For more than a decade, Khit Sarin and her neighbors lived on a strip of land believed to be lain with landmines in Pailin province. Without enough resources to settle in a safer area, they ri....