B O M B S H E L L S :: Gathering inspiring women to utilize the beauty of their passions to help remove literal bombshells in Vietnam.  redefine beautiful women to be based on their inspirations, passions and talents and come together to build a more beautiful and safe world for generations to come.

 

BOMBSHELLS AND LANDMINES IN VIETNAM: The Vietnamese government estimates that around 14m tons of ordnance, nearly three times that used by the Allies in the second world war, was dropped on Vietnam between 1959 and 1975. Between 10% and 30% of these bombs failed to detonate and are currently scattered throughout Vietnam countrysides. According to the most recent official figures, explosions caused by buried bombs and mines claimed around 105,000 civilian victims between 1975 and 2007. In total, the Vietnamese government estimates that around 15% of the total surface area of the country is contaminated by unexploded ordnance (UXO). For Quang Tri, nestled as it is on the wartime division between what was North and South Vietnam, that contamination is closer to 84%.

Kyleigh Kuhn is gathering inspiring women across the world to share their talents to raise funds to demine a plot of land in Quang Tri, Vietnam.  Her dream is to bring these women to the farmland they demine and share a meal with the farmers who can now safely cultivate its land.

With a background in modeling and philanthropy, Kyleigh hopes to simultaneously inspire the judgement of beauty to be defined by what you do, rather than how you look.