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The photo-journalist team 2020studios has finished filming and producing a short six-minute documentary on a bicycle repair shop run by landmine survivor, Nil Noy of Cambodia. The documentary was produced using video and still frame photography, and can be viewed below.




This documentary will be used to raise awareness of landmine survivors and to bring attention to how little it can cost to raise a family out of extreme poverty to a life of self-sufficiency by providing them with education, training and/or a micro-business, reaching as far an audience as we can through presentations and promotion. All of the funding went towards project costs. The costs included translators, transport, room and board as well as extra personnel for security as some of the areas were quite remote.

To view more information about the production of this documentary, including still frame image galleries, please click these links:

2020studios photo gallery showing the impact of anti-personnel landmines:



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