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A world that is more just and peaceful... We're here to build it.
HOW TO HELP
RECLAIMING OUR LEGACIES, ONCE AND FOR ALL
We raise awareness about and address the long-term human health and environmental consequences of war through on-ground researching, programming, and advocacy and strategic campaigns.
We envision a world free of the ravages of modern war where peace and the rights and dignity of all prevail and where healthy land, forests, bodies of water, and biodiversity are respected.
We believe in healing war's wounds so that the right to economic security, dignity, health, education, and clean natural resources is ensured, protected, and guaranteed for future generations.
We continue to expand our services to help
hundreds of youth and young adults disproportionately affected by:
Disabilities and illnesses caused by exposure to Agent Orange and other Dioxin-contaminated herbicides
Millions of Explosive Remnants of War that litter the countryside continuing to inflict injuries and death upon hundreds of victims every year
Dioxin hotspots at former U.S. military bases throughout southern Vietnam and potentially in Laos
Thousands of acres of defoliated forests and tropical landscapes that remain in poor ecological condition and have poisoned food sources and more
Your support encompasses our research, policy advocacy, and all of our health, social and educational programs and resources that have been designed to address the specific issues people living with a disability or illness face in their communities.
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OUR HOLISTIC APPROACH: HOW WE'RE TAKING ACTION
We've identified three critical areas where your support will help us make the greatest difference....
Ending war’s many legacies and bringing change start with the facts. Our experts do accurate, cross-checked research into civilian harm claims and public health and environmental issues associated with wartime use of herbicides and Explosive Remnants of War.
Advocacy and Policy
We use our research and analysis to build proactive awareness, responsibility and ultimately broad public support for post-war remediation and recovery efforts and to influence and press governments, companies and decision-makers to do the right thing.
Through our distinct body of vision, practice and change, along with our research and advocacy, we work with practitioners to stabilize affected communities, peoples and land in post-war Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia, and also veterans in the U.S.
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