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Rebuild Lives

One day peer mentoring

Landmine Survivors Network

Regular price $14.00

Your gift will support the work of an LSN Field Worker for a day. All Field Workers are people with disabilities themselves, and provide other survivors with crucial mentoring services. As survivors helping survivors, they serve as role models – providing living proof that people with disabilities can thrive and achieve their dreams. Field Workers also link survivors to healthcare, rehabilitation, additional social support, education...

Research Mines

One field visit

Mines Action Canada

Regular price $100.00

A field visit to a mine-affected area helps the Landmine Monitor continue to be the definitive source in verifying that stockpiled mines have been destroyed; confirming reports of new mine victims and the documentation of suspected mine-affected communities to accurately reflect the progress and problems of efforts to rid the world of landmines.

Safety Visor.

Protect a deminer


Regular price $40.00

HALO Trust operational staff use safety visors to protect the face in the event of an inadvertent detonation. The visors are constructed by LBA International to HALO’s specifications, using 5mm polycarbonate and a curved shape that has a proven record of protection.

Support A Mine Ban

Landmine advocacy

International Campaign to Ban Landmines

Regular price $100.00

Your gift will permit a member organization of the ICBL, located in a mine-affected region, to advocate for the full implementation of the Mine Ban Treaty in their country. Local ICBL member organizations lobby for and assist in the development of practical and efficient programs aimed at destroying antipersonnel stockpiles and removing mines from the ground.

Support A Survivor

Travel to a conference

International Campaign to Ban Landmines

Regular price $100.00

Your donation will be used towards the purchase of a flight ticket to allow the participation of a landmine survivor campaigner in an international conference. Only with the participation of survivors in landmine-related conferences will the landmine programmes truly take into account the opinions and wishes of landmine survivors. Their presence is crucial to the mine ban movement.

Support Deminers

All-female demining team

Mines Advisory Group America

Regular price $150.00

Your donation will support one day of an all-female team's life-saving operations. Locating and removing landmines and unexploded ordnance is painstaking and hazardous work, but MAG’s brave and dedicated female teams are up to the challenge. They work hard every day to make their land safe and to free their country from the lethal legacy of conflict. Your support will empower these women to save...

Support Victims

Group advocacy

International Campaign to Ban Landmines

Regular price $100.00

Your gift will be used to support mine victim associations so that they may raise their voices and demands that their rights be respected within their country. While emergency care is indeed vital to a mine victim, it is only a first step. Survivors not only confront a long recovery process characterized by physical suffering and mental grief, but they often suffer the pain of...

Train An Advocate

Youth mine training

Mines Action Canada

Regular price $50.00

This gift will help sponsor the costs of having an aspiring young social justice leader participate in an international youth capacity building symposium, a Youth Model Review Conference on the Mine Ban Treaty alongside the annual Meeting of States Parties to the Treaty in Amman, Jordan in November 2007. Youth delegates will get an opportunity to learn about and represent a State or international organization....