In countries with a past devastated by war, landmines are a latent risk, opening fresh wounds in communities that are just starting to heal. Today, landmines are still in more then 60 countries, being a significant risk to communities across the globe. In these recovering countries, most victims are civilians children, women and the elderly with tens of thousands of innocent people killed every year, and many more injured, serving as a horrific reminder of the past. The UN estimates that the cost of removing landmines across the world is up to 50 times more than its production, and even their removal is not without human cost, with approximately every 5000 mines cleared, one expert worker will be killed and two workers will be severely injured in the landmine’s explosion. The removal of landmines has made great progress in the last two decades, however, in recent years ongoing internal conflicts in many areas have increase the use of landmines, damaging and isolating civilizations.