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South Sudan's Women Drive Out Landmines

Decades of civil war in Sudan left the newly founded nation of South Sudan riddled with landmines. In peacetime, these weapons have continued to devastate innocent populations as people venture from villages to herd animals or cultivate the land.

Nancy Sunday is a member of the Minewolf team working to remove landmines from her home. Driving an armored vehicle designed to crush or denote mines, her contributions are helping to create a safer, more peaceful country while working alongside men. In a nation where 80% of the women are illiterate, Nancy is proving that women can help rebuild their nation in powerful, meaningful ways.

Click the video to learn more about the efforts to remove landmines in South Sudan.


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