Weapons go on killing in eastern Ukraine - a grandmother's testimony

An elderly lady from eastern Ukraine gives a heart-rending account of how her grandchildren were killed by unexploded ordnance a week after the ceasefire. She is anxious about the future and fearful of going about everyday chores in fields where more of these devices may lie.

The ceasefire signed between the parties in conflict have revealed the vast humanitarian needs of people living along the frontlines. Many unexploded ordnances are scattered in the fields and are a danger for all those nearby. We are organizing mine-awareness campaigns for civilans in order to avoid tragedies such as Nina's heartbreaking story about living by the frontline in eastern Ukraine.