A bold decision to serve survivors of conflict.

Landmine Survivors Network set the global standard for education and advocacy against the scourge of landmines. They created an approach to recovery that became the standard for helping people build new lives, and become activists against marginalization and conflict. A standard that was relevant to all victims of war and conflict.

The Matale Line helped Landmine Survivors Network lead the transformation to Survivor Corps—naming the organization, building a new brand, a strategic plan, a case for support, and a suite of integrated communications tools, both online and off.

The moral to the Survivor Corps story? That nobody is better equipped to change the world than those who are scarred by what’s wrong with it.