We can't change our legacy.
Or can we?
began in 2008 with a vision of mitigating and ultimately eliminating
War Legacies Project
legacies of war, legacies which persist among the living even after war has ended. But our work derives from decades of on-ground research, surveys, data-gathering, and providing direct support to those impacted in affected countries.
OUR FEATURED PROJECTS
Agent Orange Record was developed with funding from the Ford Foundation to provide an objective and comprehensive account of the toxic legacy of Agent Orange as it impacts Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, the U.S. and other areas where Dioxin-contaminated herbicides were used, manufactured or stored.
The Laos Agent Orange Survey began in 2014, to determine the consequences of wartime use of herbicides in Laos—in particular, to identify the extent of the contamination of Agent Orange and the rates of people suffering from Agent Orange-associated congenital birth defects, disabilities, cancers and other illnesses.
must first become a past,