The aftermath of war usually involves scenes of rebuilt cities and nations trying to stitch their identities back together. However, beneath the surface — often quite literally — lurk the silent, deadly remnants of battles long past: post-war (or legacy) landmines. 

These insidious devices remain scattered across numerous landscapes. They wait silently for an unsuspecting victim, even decades after the final shots of a conflict.

Legacy landmines have become synonymous with hidden death. They are a lurking menace in places where people wish to rebuild their lives. 

Imagine children playing in fields where these deadly devices exist. Or farmers attempting to till the land, only to be met with a fatal explosion. These scenarios are grim daily realities in many parts of the world.