Our newsletter May 2020
In our May Newsletter we inform about our work in Laos and tell you about people whose engagement has impressed us:
12 YEARS IN LAOS: WHAT ARE THE RESULTS?
No other country in the world has been hit by as many cluster bombs as Laos. Since 2008, we have been supporting the country through clearance work and risk education. Katrin Stauffer examined the impact of this long-term engagement for us on site.
„OTHERWISE, I’LL HAVE TO THINK OF SOMETHING ELSE”
After cluster munitions from the Vietnam War have been cleared, fields can be cultivated once again. But success also requires ingenuity – as the example of a Laotian farmer shows.
„EACH OF US CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE”
Photographer Giles Duley lost both legs and his left arm in a landmine explosion. A year later, he returned to visit war-torn people in order to tell their stories.
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