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The headwaters of the Okavango are one of the world's most important remaining wilderness. But landmines, a legacy of Angola's civil war, make it a lethal habitat for people and wildlife.

Removing the landmines is the first step towards protecting the region's vital biodiversity and facilitating the return of endangered species, including elephant. Sign up to HALO's newsletter to join Angola's journey to a brighter future and learn more about our work around the world.


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Photographs by:

Kyle Gordon and Chris Boyes | National Geographic Okavango Wilderness Project |