Oune Tuang, 60, holds up a unexploded grenade near his property.
UXO victims are learning how to walk with custom made prostheses in the national rehabilitation center in the lao capital Vientiane.
Villagers discuss the kinds of bombs that are found in there area over a poster provided by UXO Lao, the national UXO clearance organisation.
MAG (Mine Advisory Group) demining technician Phone Manivone searches for UXO (unexploded ordenance) with a metal detector.
Metal hunters Vieng Xay, 14 (left) and Ahsa, 15 (right) take a break from work in a forest close to the village of Keng Khup.
A staff from the NGO COPE cleans a model picturing 260 clusterbombs.
A scrap metal hunter carries a piece of a american fighter plane to his village. The plane crashed into the jungle about 40 years ago.
Oune Tuang, 60, points at several UXO that he dug up on his property near the former Ho Chi Minh trail.
Members of a MAG (Mine Advisory Group) roving team on their way to destroy bombies found by villagers in the Xiengkhuang Area.
Destruction of cluster bombs near the city of Xiengkhuang, one of the most contaminated places on earth.
Farmers are seen clearing forest for agriculture using the slash and burn technique. It's a dangerous practise as UXO may explode in the heat.
Near Keng Khup village, children are playing a river next to a kerosine tank, dropped by an american fighter plane.
UXO victim and breakdancer Phongsavath Souliyalat, 20 practises for a dance festival in Vientiane. He lost both his hands and became blind in an accident.
Landscape with a tree deep in the jungle along the former Ho Chi Minh Trail. 80 million unexploded bombs remain on lao soil.
Swayambunath, the "monkey temple" on a hill above the city. The monkeys feed on whatever is given to them by believers and tourists.
A woman and a child walking across a goat market.
Children are playing football on a flooded field during monsoon season.
A father is carrying his son through Kathmandu's historical center.
A blind beggar sits between two cows on the bagmati bridge that connects Kathmandu with Patan.
A man tries to protect him self from the smell of garbage. After the waste collection went on strike, the garbage was piling up in the streets for days.
Keeping of animals inside the city is common in Kathmandu. A girl is seen passing by an improvised shack.
Almost all street children in Kathmandu are sniffing glue. This boy is lying high and apathetic next to other homeless.
Men are seen working in a spice storage in the market quarter of town.
Two women are seen carrying gras that they have cut in the central Tundhikel parc. They use it to feed their cattle.
The Mukhinya family in their hut. Both parents are blind since their childhood.
Parameswory Mukhinya is seen washing the dishes of her family while it's raining.
Saltu Mukhinya is taking a nap with his daughter Manjila.
Parameswory Mukhinya carries a bucket of drinking water to her hut. She and her husband Saltu are blind since their childhood.
Saltu Mukhinya is smoking marijuana from a chillum in front of his hut.
Blind woman Parameswory Mukhinya begs for money on a bridge in Kathmandu. She takes her 14 month old daughter with her to get more money.
The Mukhinya family in front of their bamboo hut. Saltu Mukhinya and his wife Parameswory are blind since their childhood.
Saltu Mukhinya prepares the family dinner over a simple gas cooker.