Cambodian Self Help Demining receives numerous requests from documentary film makers, writers and journalists. Please contact us in advance to make arrangements.
Aki Ra's time is extremely limited. He can be in the field clearing mines for as much as 25 days each month and will be unavailable. Filming in the mine field is allowed rarely, and only in cases that are pre-qualified, with groups who can provide bonafides on previous work and are doing stories on which we want to participate. When Aki Ra is not in the field he tries to spend as much time as possible with his children and the children at his Museum, and that time is not available for filming or interviews.
FILMING AT THE LANDMINE MUSEUM:
Filming in the museum galleries is possible at all times as the Museum is open to the public daily from 0730-1730.
FILMING/INTERVIEWS OF THE CHILDREN WHO LIVE AT THE RELIEF CENTER:
We rarely allow filming or interviews inside the Relief Center or interviews with the children
in our charge. You must be pre-approved by the Museum directors before you will be allowed inside our childrens home with a camera or to do interviews of any kind.
FILMING CAMBODIAN SELF HELP DEMINING IN THE FIELD:
Filming of the demining team in the minefield must be pre-approved and is only available for qualified groups, for a few hours at a time, and only if the area in which they are working is accessible.
HOW TO GET APPROVAL FOR FILMING OR INTERVIEWS:
Organizations and individuals interested in interviews or filming must contact us in advance.
We require the following informaiton:
Please contact us before you make your travel arrangements to come to Cambodia. It can take several months to organize filming and interview times. Otherwise, you will be unable to secure filming anywhere except in the Museum, and interviews will not be available, if you simply show up at our facility
Contact Mr. William Morse at:
Tel: +855 (0)15 674 163
EOD Team 1 is funded by Good Hands and Landmine Relief Fund. This team works with the de-mining team in clearing minefields.
EOD Team 2 was our first mobile team, meaning that they respond to calls around the country to remove UXOs and Landmines that are not in previously report minefields. Their operations are funded by Landmine Relief Fund
EOD Team 3 is also a mobile team, and they are funded by World Without Mines.
EOD Team 4 has dual responsibilities, they have duties within the office, but are also capable of responding to any calls of UXOs or Landmines if needed as they are all certified to remove them!