Amplifying Our Work

Since our founding in 2004, we have achieved an enormous amount on

a very limited budget. As we look ahead at the start of a new decade, we are energized by our core pillars: History. Healing. Hope.

Our efforts have contributed significantly  to increases in U.S. investment in unexploded ordnance (UXO) clearance and survivor assistance in Laos, from $1.3 million per year in 2004 to a historic amount today.

 

Legacies of War does not receive any government funding. In bringing greater attention and increasing resources, we’ve helped to make a real impact on the ground in Laos: more land being cleared, lives being saved, and additional care and services made available for the approximately 15,000 UXO survivors living in Laos.

 

Our Programs

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An one-of-a-kind collection

Legacies Library is a collection of books, films, articles, and oral histories vetted by Legacies of War that tells the story of the American bombing of Laos (1964-1973) and its neighbors in Vietnam and Cambodia. 

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Amplifying our stories

Our very first podcast aimed at storytelling and preserving history for future generations through recorded voices.

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Educating the public

Creating content that further educates our supporters about the American Secret War and the work that we do.

READ OUR SPECIAL REPORT:

LIGHTING NEW LEGACIES

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