Jewelry made from landmines by conflict-afflicted citizens
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It can be one thing to donate funds to those in war-torn countries, but there has recently been a trend of startups actively helping citizens to get back on their feet. We've covered Zambikes, the California-based startup helping those in Zambia to build and sell bamboo bikes around the world. Now, Saught is a social business that helps Cambodians to create jewelry products out of the scrap metal left behind by landmines. Countries such as Cambodia are still feeling the effects of war, both civil and international – whether it's a ruined economy or land left unusable due to chemicals…
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