Alison Wright
Every twenty-two minutes someone somewhere in the world is maimed or killed by a landmine. Children are frequently the victims. The Red Cross Center for Rehabilitation has six centers across the country of Afghanistan, and they have treated 39,000 cases in Kabul alone. There is a staff of about 500 and everyone that works there has been affected by war. Many have lost appendages themselves, mostly from landmines.
Kabul, Afghanistan
Every twenty-two minutes someone somewhere in the world is maimed or killed by a landmine. Children are frequently the victims. The Red Cross Center for Rehabilitation has six centers across the country of Afghanistan, and they have treated 39,000 cases in Kabul alone. There is a staff of about 500 and everyone that works there has been affected by war. Many have lost appendages themselves, mostly from landmines.

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