The first female miners in Afghanistan are starting to work
Reporter: Imran Khorasani
The first mine-clearing team, comprised of Bamyan women, began training mine-cleared explosives in the suspected area of mine and explosives by undergoing mine-clear training. While Afghanistan’s decades of war have left behind another misery, another deadly legacy is that Afghanistan is one of the countries in the world with the most mines in it which is placed during 40 years of war.
While the world has done its best to eliminate this phenomenon in Afghanistan over the last 18 years, the phenomenon has not yet been eliminated from the country. In addition, in the 18 years after the battle between the armed opposition and the security forces, the resumption of landmines has resumed, as untapped mines and mines left by this battle are considered the latest challenge for land mine organizations in the country.