Next to the boundaries of the Alawites Muslim cemetery of the Ghajar Village. Total size of the Site – 12,000 m².
The Village of Ghajar is unique as it is the only Village divided by the Israel-Lebanese border. In 2000 Israel withdraw its troops from Southern Lebanon. The Village of Ghajar was caught off partially in Israel and partially in Lebanon. Such unique circumstances cause many hardships, one of these was that the Village’s cemetery could no longer expend as it had a border on one side and a mine field on the other.
Clearance of the A.P mine field located centimeters from the cemetery and meters from the border with minimal effect to the Village’s daily life routines.
Technical Survey, Mechanical Demining, Soil Sifting and Crushing.
2 months of operation in 2016.
Hundreds of PPMIBA mines.