The Cambodian Landmine Museum and Relief Center serves to educate the public on the dangers of landmines, and in addition it supports and educates at-risk and landmine affected youth that reside in the Relief Center. This home was created so that it might serve as a place of healing for bodies, hearts and minds. We believe that love, support and education are the essential means to secure a better future for the children that live here and our visitors.
- To tell the story of landmines in Cambodia through the perspective of Aki Ra, our founder, who was suppressed into the Khmer Rouge Army as a child soldier, and spent his youth fighting in the wars that ravaged his country for nearly 35 years. Landmines impact the country’s past, present, and future.
- To show the world that, no matter who you are, whatever your background, your education, you can make a difference.
- To support a Relief Center and School for at-risk village children so that they can have access to education, food, and shelter.