The photos were taken by a group of students from Hanoi-Amsterdam High School during their recent fact-finding trip to Quang Tri, one of the localities that have the largest UXO polluted area.

The photos reflect pains and losses of those who suffer from UXOs left by the war as well as their efforts to overcome the fate to contribute to the society through lens of the youths.

The exhibition that opened on August 11 is a message on peace and a dream of life without war and is to call for support for the victims.

The exhibition will run till August 17.

According to the National Steering Committee for Recovery over the Postwar Bomb and Landmine Impact, about 800,000 tonnes of UXOs, scattered across 6.6 million hectares or 20.12 percent of the country’s land, are putting people in danger every day.

Latest statistics show that ordnance left behind by the war has killed more than 42,000 people and injured 60,000 others nationwide.-VNA