Center for International Stabilization & Recovery

CISR envisions a world where people can build peaceful and prosperous futures free from the repercussions of conflict and disaster.

We help communities affected by conflict and trauma through innovative and reliable research, training, information exchange, and direct services such as:

Mine Risk Education
Peer Support
Management Training
Scientific Research
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Koeut Chrel, 38, from Cambodia lost his leg in a landmine explosion while serving in the army. He lost his job and was forced to start begging. He is HIV positive and has three children. Two of them have tested negative for HIV, the youngest has yet to be tested.

HIV Conference: Include People With Disabilities

© 2004 Espen Rasmussen/Panos

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