NPA Explosive detection dogs
Experience first hand the incredible abilities of the Belgian Malinois breed, extensively trained by dog experts in Siem Reap to find unexploded bombs.
Learn about dog behavioural psychology and see how our smart dogs help protect Cambodian lives from landmines and other bombs left over from war.
For as little as $20 a month you can help protect lives and allow people to live without fear.
OPEN ALL YEAR ROUND
Agility • Synchronised obedience • Search techniques • Khmer dog experts
Tickets available at the venue • $7 per person • $3 Khmer
NPA Explosive Detection Dogs is brought to you by Norwegian People's Aid, a non-profit organisation working on humanitarian disarmament projects globally.
Regional and internal conflict from the mid-1960s to late 1998 left a Cambodia with a huge legacy of landmines and other explosive remnants of war. Over 64,000 people have lost lives and limbs to these hidden threats since the end of hostilities.
Norwegian People's Aid is the global leader in mine and explosive detection dog training.These heroic dogs help to protect lives by supporting landmine and unexploded bomb clearance across Cambodia and the world.
All proceeds go to training our dogs at our centre in Siem Reap.
Cambodia was the first country in which Norwegian People's Aid began removing landmines in 1992. Since then we have continued to work in Cambodia and have expanded our demining efforts to over 30 countries.
Only a 10 minute drive from Angkor Wat, we are located just 1km from the Siem Reap airport on the way to town. Look for our logo on the gate.
Tickets can also be purchased at the venue.
For group bookings please contact us:
Phone:+855 10 926 725 or +855 10 926 724
** Please note we are closed on Public Holidays