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2010 To Walk the Earth in Safety: Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement Points of Contact


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Bureau of Political-Military Affairs
July 1, 2010

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Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement
Bureau of Political-Military Affairs
U.S. Department of State
SA-3, Suite 6100
2121 Virginia Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20522
United States of America
telephone: +1 202 663 0100
facsimile: +1 202 663 0090
www.state.gov/t/pm/wra

Points of Contact

James F. Lawrence
Acting Director
LawrenceJF@state.gov

Steve R. Costner
Deputy Director, Policy
CostnerSR@state.gov

LtCol Nick Spignesi, USMC
Deputy Director, Programs
SpignesiNA@state.gov

Susan Douglas
Resource Management
DouglasSD@state.gov

Stacy Bernard Davis
Public Affairs and Public Engagement
DavisSB@state.gov

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APOPO; Association of Volunteers in International Service, USA, Inc; Austcare C King Associates, Ltd.; Center for International Rehabilitation; Center for International Stabilization and Recovery; Center for Teaching International Relations; Centro Integral de Rehabilitación de Colombia; Children of Armenia Fund; Children’s Surgical Centre; Clear Path International; Coalition Against Landmines; Cranfield University; DanChurchAid; Danish Demining Group; Demining Agency for Afghanistan Freedom Fields; USA Global Care Unlimited; Golden West Humanitarian Foundation; Grapes for Humanity; The HALO Trust; Handicap International-France; Health Volunteers Overseas; Help Handicapped International; The Humpty Dumpty Institute; Information Management and Mine Action Programs Inc.; International Eurasia Press Fund; Iraqi Mine & UXO Clearance Organization; The Julia Burke Foundation; Kids First Vietnam; Landmine Relief Fund; Landmines Blow!; Legacies of War; Lipscomb University; MAG (Mines Advisory Group); Marshall Legacy Institute; Medical Care Development International; Messiah College Landmine Action Project; Mine Clearance Planning Agency-Afghanistan; Mine Detection Center-Afghanistan; One Sri Lanka Foundation; Organization for Mine Clearance and Afghanistan Rehabilitation; PeaceTrees Vietnam; People to People International; The Polus Center for Social & Economic Development; Positive Play; Prestige Health Care Logo:  1997-2007, Public Private Partnerships, Landmine Impact FreeTechnologies; Prosthetics Outreach Foundation; Roots of Peace; Save the Children; Schonstedt Instrument Company; South Florida Landmine Action Group; Spirit of Soccer; Students Partnership Worldwide; Survey Action Center; Survivor Corps; Swiss Foundation for Mine Action (FSD); United for Colombia; United Nations Foundation; Veterans for America; Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund; World Education; World Rehabilitation Fund

The Public-Private Partnership Program of the Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement in the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Political-Military Affairs (PM/WRA) was launched in October 1997 to enlist civil society support for clearing persistent landmines and explosive remnants of war, teaching mine-risk education, and rendering assistance to survivors of landmine- and unexploded-ordnance accidents around the world.



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