A landmine is detonated from a safe distance in Cambodia.
(Keith Lane)Traveling to Cambodia in 2009, Lane hooked up with a small NGO called Cambodia Self Help Demining that goes into remote villages clearing landmines left over from the Vietnam War
A German S-mine, also known as a "Bouncing Betty," is found on a bike path. The landmine had been in the ground since the 1970s.
A member of the CSHD team walks away from an area she was clearing.
(Keith Lane)Clearing the mines is incredibly slow, meticulous work. The workers, dressed head-to-toe in protective gear, go square-meter by square-meter, clearing high-traffic areas like bike
The CSHD team heads into a minefield.
CSHD team members head back into camp after going to town for supplies.
Brush is gathered to help dampen a controlled explosion.
Locals near the minefield set up a small fire and cook their evening meal.
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