- Clearance of Southern Area (Wadi Araba), 2.5 million square meters (126 Israeli Minefields) were released during the period 2006 to 2008, it was cleared by the Norwegians Peoples Aid (NPA), and supervised by NCDR according to the National Standards.At the same period NCDR conducts a Non-Technical Survey in the same area and released 10 million square meters, considered as free of mines.
- Clearance of North Border, it is a minefield belt of 104 KMs along the Syrian Border, 10.5 million square meters (93 Jordanian Minefields) were released during the period 2008 to 2012, it was cleared by the (NPA), and supervised by NCDR according to the National Standards, the project was not completely inspected by NCDR due to Security issues at the North Borders. Nevertheless, no accidents were occurred with Syrian Refugees during breaching the border.
- Clearance of Jordan Valley cleared during the period 1993 to 2008 by the Royal Engineering Corps (REC). The Jordan Valley is considered as the breadbasket of Jordan and has great potential for further agricultural and economic development. 375 Mine Fields (MFs) of the total Jordanian MFs were located in the Jordan Valley with a total of 149,584 mines. However, in the past few years most mine-related accidents in the Jordan Valley have taken place in areas that are adjacent to former minefields.
- Jordan Valley Sampling &Verification project (on going), after REC clearance operations concluded, mines continued to kill or injure civilians, not only posing a serious risk to human security, but also blocking millions of dollars’ worth of investment.
In August 2008, NCDR assessed the REC clearance reports and conducted local community impact surveys to gather information on the possibility that mines might have migrated due to flooding or erosion and how this risk was impacting their livelihoods. Based on the desk review and impact survey it was determined that there is still considerable risk to the local population, and it was estimated that 15% of the mines (approximately 22,000) remain unaccounted for by the REC. So, the NCDR started the Jordan Valley Project Sampling &Verification, by the end of 2015, 12 million square meters were released, this is a special project, which was planned, supervised by NCDR and implemented by (REC).