CSHD in the News
Cambodian Self Help Demining has been featured over the years in publications ranging from the Cambodian Phnom Penh Post to the TIME Magazine. We are fortunate to have received such incredible coverage. Below are some of the articles in which we have been featured.
Former Child Soldier Undoes Past, One Land Mine at a Time – CNN – November 2009
Female Deminers do the Hardyards – Phnom Penh Post – June 2010
Cambodian Man Clears Land Mines He Set Decades Ago – CNN – July 2010
Cambodia’s Healing Fields – National Geographic – January 2012
Life of the Land – TIME – October 2013
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EOD Team 1 is funded by Good Hands (in association with the Korean International Cooperation Agency) and Landmine Relief Fund. This team works with the demining 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 World Without Mines.
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!
EOD Team 5 is our newest mobile team, formed in July 2017 and currently funded by the Canadian Landmine Foundation.