Projects

The Landmine Relief Fund supports work in Cambodia to make it better, safer, and self-sufficient. All the work LMRF does is in conjunction with Cambodian charities and Cambodian NGOs. There is nothing in Cambodia that cannot be done by Cambodians.

The LMRF Raises Money For:

1. Cambodian Self Help Demining (CSHD), which has cleared over 250 minefields and 8,529,978 square meters of land in Cambodia, assisting tens of thousands of people to live a safer life. 5,250 families have been helped. 36,842 beneficiaries. 

2. CSHD’s bomb squads, and the EOD teams (Explosive Ordnance Disposal). They have destroyed thousands of landmines and UXOs found by villagers. They also give Explosive Ordnance Risk Education (EROE) classes to schools and villages across Cambodia.

3. Rural School Village Program (RSVP) which has built 28 schools as of 2022 and is supporting over 3,700 children every month. RSVP’s mission is to provide quality education to primary school-aged children in areas where they didn’t formerly have a school. RSVP also provides a toilet and a well at each school and ensures that every teacher is paid sufficiently. 


6. The Together Project (TTP). The food distribution program began in March 2020. By the end of 2020, TTP had donated over 250 tons of food to those that saw their support system collapse due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

5. The Sustainable Crop Farming Program (SCFP). To provide a long-term solution to those that were impacted by the pandemic. TTP developed SCFP to teach the most rural and least affluent women and children of Cambodia the skills of Hydroponics, Mushroom Housing, and Net Gardens. The goal is for them to replicate these sustainable, modern techniques of farming in their home villages to support themselves with a steady income. Hydroponics, Mushroom Houses, and Net Gardens are grown in a controlled environment which makes them significantly more reliable than traditional farming. These techniques are also not commonly used throughout Cambodia, which will give the rural and less affluent women and children, an advantage over the competition. The program is advertised at RSVPs 28 schools.

6. The LMRF supports the Cambodia Landmine Museum and its university scholarship program called Project Enlighten. 

7. The LMRF provides emergency medical assistance to those who cannot afford medical care.

NONE OF THIS IS DONE ALONE.

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