RENEW builds support in America and Vietnam to:
Remove and destroy unexploded bombs remaining from the American-Vietnam War,
Teach children to avoid contact with cluster bombs and other dangerous explosives,
Assist the innocent victims today of a war fought long ago, and
Build a strong U.S. constituency.Support the RENEW mission
RENEW's 20 Years
Since the war’s end in 1975, wartime bombs have killed or injured over 105,000 people in Vietnam; a third of them were children.
Since 2001, RENEW and its NGO partners have produced real results for Quang Tri:
762,418 explosive items destroyed
But that’s less than half of what is estimated to remain.
24.5 million square meters of land cleared
We prioritize known battlefields. Recent floods revealed more UXO.
10,598 emergency calls answered
We expect calls for emergency help to increase.
174,631 children educated about dangers of UXO
Every year a new group of children counts on us.
Data from Quang Tri Mine Action Center as of 3Q 2021
But, the job to eliminate the threat of wartime bombs is far from done.
Only with your help can we make Vietnam safe.
Help RENEW launch a new all-women emergency response team.
You can donate here.
Your generosity has enabled us to launch this team, BUT we still need help to reach our goal of $150,000 to keep it in the field for the next two years while we arrange permanent funding. Your contribution will be matched up to $75,000 thanks to a few generous donors
You can help advance
We can put to good use your financial support, your time, and connections. We just need you to say YES.
RENEW is made up of two independent parts. Project RENEW, which carries out all of RENEW's mine action and humanitarian work in Vietnam, and Friends of Project RENEW, Inc.
Friends of Project RENEW, Inc. is an independent U.S. 501(c)(3) charitable organization that works closely with Project RENEW to advance its mission.
We partner with individuals, NGOs, governments and corporations to advance our mission.
A comprehensive list of RENEW's partner relationships can be found in the Partners and Donors section.