Surviving the Peace: Angola
The second installment of MAG's award-winning documentary film series, Surviving the Peace, follows the interconnected stories of an eight-year-old landmine survivor, Minga, and a former soldier turned MAG deminer, Eron, in the war-torn, African country of Angola.
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Like many children of first generation immigrants who come to the U.S., Loddy came to American when she was very young. After she graduated college, she embarked on a spiritual journey to her homeland of Laos. Read about her return to Laos and her passion for MAG's work in our blog.
- 11 people are injured or killed by landmines everyday.
- Over 3,000 local staff including over 50 amputees and landmine victims.
- 846,000 meters sq of land cleared of landmines and unexploded ordnance since 2006.
- 17,351 mine risk education sessions held in 2011.