Aki Ra – Founder
The first Landmine Museum was Aki Ra’s house. Since then, it has grown and grown thanks to his dedication to his country. He aims to spread the message about landmines while supporting Cambodians and making Cambodia safer for them. Not only did he found the museum, but also Cambodian Self-Help Demining.
Bill Morse – International Project Manager
Among many things, Bill organizes and gives tours at the museum. He offers support on any projects using his experience from the corporate sector. He is also the founder of the Landmine Relief Fund, an American charity that supports the Museum, CSHD, and its many projects in various ways.
Jill Morse – English Language Teacher
Jill dedicates her time to teaching local children English. She also is a major part of the Landmine Relief Fund, and particularly the Rural School Village Program and The Together Project.
Museum staff who work at ticket counter, at the gift shop, or clean the grounds are all Cambodian. Many live on the property with their families.