Already in 2020, Ukraine was one of the world's most contaminated by landmines and Explosive Remnants of War (ERW) countries, ranking fourth only after Afghanistan, Mali and Yemen in mine/ERW casualties. Since the escalation of the conflict into war in February 2022, the risks associated with the ERWs have significantly increased. The war continues to contaminate more land with explosive ordnance which presents a significant threat to civilians and humanitarian workers. According to the State Emergency Service of Ukraine (SESU), almost 30% of the country requires demining. As a result, an estimated 10.7 million Ukrainians need mine action services across the country.