This article outlines the fundamental procedures of humanitarian demining operations as described in lessons from the French Army Engineer School, where I attended the Humanitarian Demining Course in Angers, France.
What does HDO stand for?
HDO stands for Humanitarian Demining Operation
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- High Demand Occupation
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- Holy Day of Obligation
- Homeland Defense Office
- Housing Development Office
- Human Development Organization (Sri Lanka)
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- Hawaii Department of Agriculture
- Highest Degree of Brotherhood (gaming)
- Health Department Operations Cener (various locations)
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- Hawaii Department of Education
- Hyper Degrees of Freedom
- Hawaii Department of Health
- Human Development Organization International
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She has been instrumental in the creation of a specific system for the Beecroft Initiative for Humanitarian Demining operations in Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan.
Results of this survey -- including reports, assessments, tables, maps, graphics, and photographs -- will be made available to international demining agencies through a web site; a report to the United Nations, demining donors, and cooperating countries; and data-sets which will be left behind in each country that is surveyed The training will be attended by 30 humanitarian workers from the United States and around the world, including Afghanistan, Denmark, France, Norway and the United Kingdom and organizations including Norwegian People's Aid, Halo Trust and Handicap International, as well as trainers from the United States Department of Defense humanitarian demining operations school at Fort Leonard Wood.
But, in the future, we expect our QR technology to make a significant contribution to humanitarian demining operations worldwide.