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To an outsider, this field in Cambodia may look completely safe but its the exact opposite.
After the Civil war that took place in Camboida there were thousands of landmines left behind in populated areas.
Anti-personnel landmines — which are specifically designed to explode upon contact with a person — have killed or maimed an estimated 100 million people worldwide, with at least 63,000 victims in Cambodia alone.
Today, 40,000 people — one out of every 290 Cambodians — are amputees due to land mines, the vast majority of whom are men and thus the traditional heads of household.
It is estimated that a single landmine — which costs just $3 manufacture — will cost upwards of $1,000 to identify and safely remove.
These landmines in Cambodia are killing many innocent people and the government needs to step in raise mone to have the mines removed
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