A Future To Believe In

A Future To Believe In

In Benguela, Angola, the fields surrounding a village called Kanenguerere are strewn with landmines, the legacy of Angola's 27-year civil war which ended nearly two decades ago. In 2017, a unique group called HALO Angola's 100 Women in Demining, supported by Eni, began training and employing local women to remove Angola's landmines. In a country where employment opportunities for women are rare, the project seeks to empower women to take control of their future. Making the land safe has given the children of Kanenguerere the chance that every child deserves to reach their potential and have a future they can believe in.

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