Train Mark the HeroRat to find landmines in Africa

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APOPO is a Belgian NGO that has developed an innovative system deploying African giant pouched rats (nicknamed HeroRATs) to detect landmines or tuberculosis, using their extraordinary sense of smell. APOPO's scent detection technology has a massive potential to relieve human suffering and promote development when deployed in TB and landmine response, as well as in currently unexplored fields. APOPO has programs in Tanzania, Mozambique, Angola and Cambodia. project reportread updates from the field



Morogoro, Tanzania, Tanzania, United Republic of

Project Leader

Chris Hines

Morogoro, Tanzania, United Republic of

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