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Women drive out landmines in South Sudan

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Published on Mar 28, 2014

United Nations - After decades of civil war, South Sudan gained independence and became the world's newest country. But legacies of the conflict live on.
Landmines and unexploded bombs still contaminate large tracts of land, threatening the lives and livelihoods of South Sudanese civilians.
This film tells the story of Nancy Sunday, the first Minewolf operator in South Sudan. A Minewolf is an armoured vehicle that tills land in order to crush or detonate landmines that may be buried beneath the surface. With support from UNMAS, the NGO Norwegian People's Aid deploys Minewolves across South Sudan.

United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS):
http://www.mineaction.org/unmas

An UNMAS film directed by Nathan Beriro

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