WORKING TOGETHER TO ASSIST THE VICTIMS AND COMMUNITIES AFFECTED BY MINE WARFARE

HOW YOU CAN HELP

WE NEED YOUR HELP TO ASSIST THE VICTIMS AND COMMUNITIES AFFECTED BY LANDMINES, UXOs AND/OR CHEMICAL AGENTS

MAKE A DONATION

MiVAC is a voluntary organization enabling 95% of donor’s funds to reach their identified projects. Donate today and help us save lives and transform futures.

BECOME A VOLUNTEER

MiVAC invites veterans and non-veterans alike to make a difference to their own life whilst helping to make a difference in the lives of others.

BECOME A MEMBER

MiVAC membership includes Vietnam vets, ex-service personnel, humanitarian aid workers, members of peacekeeping forces and many concerned civilians.

OUR PROJECTS

VIEW OUR CURRENT AND COMPLETED PROJECTS
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CAMBODIA

Past projects in Cambodia include the provision of agricultural training and the construction of numerous wells, toilets, rain water collectors, biodigesters and an integrated farm.

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SRI LANKA

Past projects in Sri Lanka include the construction of the Dutch Bar orphanage in Batticaloa following the devastating Boxing Day Tsunami.

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VIETNAM

Past projects in Vietnam include box culverts and road repairs allowing villages to make the journey during the wet season into Kon Tum without risk of life.

The water arrives in Ban Naxaythong

LAO PDR

Past projects in Lao PDR include clearing minefields, training, and the construction of gravity-fed water supply systems to 14 villages - representing some 8,500 people.

LATEST PROJECT

BA TANG, VIETNAM

MiVAC is ready to get cracking on our 3-year project to supply gravity fed clean water to 9 villages comprising 43 dispersed sub villages and 10 schools (including school toilets) in the Ba Tang Commune just South of Khe Sanh, Quang Tri Province, Vietnam which will markedly improve the lives of some 5000 people.

WHAT OUR SUPPORTERS SAY

These people and their land have been left living with a legacy that we were a part of. It’s time to clean it up and give them the value of life that they and their children and the future generations deserve. Please support MiVAC and its wonderful volunteers. I’ve seen the results first-hand and they are utterly extraordinary.

Kate Mulvany OAM

Australian actress & writer

MiVAC helps people who are affected by landmines, and believe me there are many of them. I’d love you to assist MiVAC to help the victims of mines and, believe me, every single solitary cent really does count.

John Laws

Australian radio presenter

MiVAC is an Australian charity started by the Australian Tunnel Rats and every dollar you donate helps the people affected by these bombs so I ask you to give … it will make you feel good.

Dick Smith

Australian entrepreneur