World Vision helping children healing from the war

In Laos, unexploded ordinances (UXO) left over from the Vietnam War continue to litter the countryside. From 1964 to 1973, the American air force dropped more than two million tons of ordinances over Laos, about 30% didn’t explode. Today, many of these bombs are still being uncovered in rice fields and in the forests. Yaok 11 years old a sponsored child lost his leg two years ago. This story is about the critical role World Vision played in assisting Yaok and his family recovering from the war.