Peace Ambassador Angelika Jarosławska Sapieha has the highest honor to be a patron of the Cambodia Landmine Museum, Cambodian Self Help Demining and Landmine Relief Fund and raise awarness about the “underground devil” – millions of landmines that are still lying active in the ground in Cambodia. Our goal is to mobilize the international community to support international anti-landmine campaign and demining organisations in Cambodia. Mine Free World needs to become a reality!Please, watch that short video from CNN Gala when AKI RA was awarded as a CNN TOP Hero and visit the website of the Cambodia Landmine Museum&Landmine Relief Fund and get involved: https://www.cambodialandminemuseum.org/…/www.landmine…/„I want to make my country safe for my people” – Aki RaAki Ra is an internationally recognized figure who has dedicated his life to making Cambodia, his native land, safe from the ravages of landmines. Born in 1970, and taken from his family by the Khmer Rouge at the age of 5, he fought for the many different armies that ravaged Cambodia for nearly 35 years. In the early 1990’s he went to work for the United Nations clearing landmines around Angkor Wat. He decided that demining would become his trade and returned to the villages where he had fought, removing landmines that were killing and maiming his fellow Khmers. His Cambodian Landmine Museum and Relief Center, established in 2007, cares for dozens of at risk children. They are housed, cared for, and educated. Today he runs a demining NGO called Cambodian Self Help Demining. Along with the other demining NGOs in the country, he is making his country safe for his people. As of 2018, his team has cleared over 155 minefields in small villages and put over 36,000 people back on land that was, in every sense of the word, killing them. In 2010, he was named a CNN Top 10 Hero out of 10,000 nominees.