Photos from the Front Lines

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Demining is a difficult and dangerous task, and one that is hard to imagine for those of us who live in countries without mine or unexploded ordnance contamination. This divide can create big questions: What are our partners, Cambodian Self-Help Demining (CSHD), actually doing on a daily basis? What is the team we directly sponsor, EOD Team 5, actually removing from Cambodian homes and farms?

A new photo blog from CSHD and the Landmine Relief Fund is answering these questions with weekly updates from the work of its EOD teams in the field. The Foundation will be posting some of these photos to our social media accounts in the coming weeks, so make sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter!

EOD Team 5 removed this piece of ordnance on January 13, 2018.

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