The Landmine Relief Fund (LMRF) was started in 2003 to support the efforts of a Cambodian man who had taken it upon himself to rid Siem Reap’s countryside of decades-old active landmines. To this day, these active landmines still cause death and injury. After clearing a field of all unexploded ordinance, their Rural School Village Program (RSVP) built schoolhouses to give the next generation room to grow and thrive without fear. On a field visit in 2013, TFI learned of LMRF amazing work.
LMRF’s Landmine Museum is usually open to the public to educate visitors on the damage done by landmines and the importance of disarming them, but the organization has recently had trouble keeping the museum open. If you are interested in supporting this group directly, please follow one of the links provided to their site page or provide your donation through our page below.
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