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November 2017 Newsletter – ONE WEEK FROM NOW – #GivingTuesday

Posted: Nov 27, 2017

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October 2017 Newsletter – “Voices from the Plain of Jars” Remembering Fred Branfman and the Stories He Helped Share

Posted: Nov 8, 2017

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PRESS RELEASE: Legacies of War Announces New Members to Board of Directors

Posted: Oct 27, 2017

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September 2017 Newsletter – Where Were You – One Year Later: Obama’s Historic Visit to Laos

Posted: Sep 7, 2017

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August 2017 Newsletter – A Message From One of Two Psychologists in Laos, Dr. Manivone Thikeo: My Legacies of War

Posted: Aug 4, 2017

Click Here: August 2017 Newsletter – A Message From One of Two Psychologists in Laos, Dr. Manivone Thikeo: My Legacies of War

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May 2017 Newsletter – Victory! But the Fight Goes On… (AND we’re featured on Anthony Bourdain: Explore Parts Unknown & National Geographic)

Posted: May 31, 2017

Victory! The second installment ($30m) of President Obama’s $90 million pledge made it safely into the FY 2017 budget! But the Fight Goes On – The 2018 White House budget proposal suggests a cut to $10m (over 65% cut).

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PRESS RELEASE: U.S. to Provide $30 Million in 2017 to Address Bomb Legacy in Laos, But 2018 Funding Threatened by Dramatic Cuts

Posted: May 30, 2017

Congress has allocated $30 million to the unexploded ordnance sector in Laos for fiscal year 2017, fulfilling the second installment of a U.S. government pledge made by President Obama totalling $90 million over three years, $30 million per year. This funding will be used in bomb clearance, victim assistance, and risk education.

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March 2017 Newsletter – TAKE ACTION NOW

Posted: Mar 30, 2017

Take Action! A bomb blast on March 21, 2017 injured twelve and killed one in what is believed to be the highest-causality unexploded ordnance accident in decades. It is unacceptable that Lao people are still being killed and maimed. This deadly legacy must end.

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