Active conflict is affecting people in Ukraine right now. You can help to keep people safe.

The full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 2022 has subjected people in Ukraine to bombardment by missile, rocket, and cluster bomb attacks. 

Landmines have been used extensively and on an unprecedented scale. Whilst the landmines remain, people are at risk.

We are in Ukraine right now delivering life-saving risk education sessions to those most at risk. We have trainee deminers on the ground, ready to clear their country of landmines.

Your support makes this vital work possible. But we can't do it without you. 

Please donate today, and you could help brave deminers like Ynna clear their country one landmine at a time.

Image (c) MAG/Julia Kochetova

"My parents live in Donetsk. I want them to be able to go back to their home as fast as possible. I used to live in Donetsk, Dnipro Oblast, an area which in many parts is very contaminated. On my first day, I will be very scared, but I know my fear is worth it for safety."

In recent years, wars have increasingly been fought in populated areas like towns and cities, and when explosive weapons are used in these areas, the toll is highest among civilians. Ukraine is now one of these countries.

Amongst the destruction, unexploded bombs and landmines pose a terrifying threat to those who are living and returning to their communities. 

Will you donate today and help to save lives in Ukraine and across the world?