Left-behind landmines, unexploded and abandoned ordnance, and weaponry create profound fear and prevent people and communities from prospering after the conflict has ended. MAG's work clears the way for a better future.
That’s the average number of bombs dropped on the small country of Laos over a 9-year period.
When the most bombed country in the world per-capita needed help, MAG responded.
Since 2006, MAG America has funded projects to remove more than 2,791,372 remnants of conflict. That’s important. But our real impact comes from helping people people rebuild their lives, their families, and their communities.