December 12, 2004 Sunday 2PM CT
Political efforts to eliminate landmines suffer from the resistance of big manufacturers like the U.S. But on the ground where the mines are buried, unconventional ideas--like trained rats--are leading to local improvements. This hour, on Here On Earth, Jean Feraca and her guests discuss landmine detection and education.
- Frank Weetjens (WEE-jens), head of a mine-detection program in Mozambique
- Major Shakil Siddiquee (shah-KEEL sid-DEE-kee), Mine Risk Education Coordinator for the United Nations Mission in Eritrea and Ethiopia (UNMEE)