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Tens of millions of landmines lie buried in more than 80 countries. More than 80% of landmine victims are civilians; 25% are children.
Landmines most often cause limb loss or death, but can also cause vision loss and other injuries.
More than 300,000 people now live with landmine-related injuries.
LSN’s seven Networks, partnerships and training programs are reaching out to survivors in 25 of the 40 most mine- affected nations and territories.
LSN has helped thousands of families affected by landmines, war and civil strife, provided more than 60,000 home and hospital peer visits with survivors, and helped launch hundreds of survivor-owned businesses.

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Landmine Survivors Network is in the business of recovery. Landmines steal more than lives, limbs and sight from its victims, and LSN is there to help survivors do more than get back on their feet.

Through our integrated program of health, economic opportunity, and human rights advocacy, survivors are able to return to fulfilling and productive lives. LSN directs 84% of every donated dollar toward our programs.

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Cost of equipment and care for survivors.

* The cost of prosthetics vary widely depending on country and severity of injury, and typically need to be replaced every three to five years. $100 is the approximate
minimum cost.
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