Helps remove and safely destroy one item of UXO.
Sends 10 rural school children to the Mine Action Visitor Center in Dong Ha where they can learn about landmines, cluster bombs and other ordnance and know how to be safe from UXO accidents.
Provides an amputee with an artificial limb or other prosthetic or orthopedic device, to help restore mobility.
Purchases a cow or a water buffalo for a UXO survivor, their family, or an impoverished woman-headed household to produce their own income.
Helps build a 90 m2 weatherproof mushroom growing house for seven disadvantaged families to grow mushrooms and generate sustainable income to lift them out of poverty.
Pays for construction and placement of 10 mine/ERW risk education billboards located in areas frequented by local people, reminding them of how to be safe.
Funds creation and launch of a children’s performance troupe to operate for one year, traveling village to village to provide child-to-child mine risk education, entertainment, drama, and guidance about safe behavior.
Builds a three-room school to provide 100 primary students living in a remote, impoverished, UXO-affected community with a spacious, safe, and clean environment for their studies.
Funds equipment, vehicles, training, and deployment of a five-person Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) team to provide quick response and safely remove and destroy cluster bombs and other ordnance found in local neighborhoods, around people’s homes, gardens, and fish ponds. Based on RENEW teams’ experience, some 1,500 dangerous items of explosives would likely be removed and safely destroyed during the team’s operations over a period of one year.