Not far from the World Trade Center under construction, it is located in the rehabilitation hospital (there is a sign at the door). There is also a video room inside.More
Located in the rehabilitation center, just turn right after entering the gate a little bit. There are many artificial limbs, introductions of various unexploded mines, and items made of explosive fragments. There is also a typical rural house in Laos. After reading it, people sigh the importance of peace even more.
Laos is most bombed country per capita in the history of the world. Many of the bombs dropped during the Vietnam war never exploded and have caused harm to farmers and children that accidentally encounter them. The C.O.P.E center is a non-profit organization that serves to provide prosthetic limbs to the victims of the 30% of undetonated ordnance (unexploded bombs) that still remain in much of the country to date.
Many people don't know that Laos is the most heavily bombed country on earth, and that after the war ended the country was left a minefield of unexploded bombs. Today, around 70 million bombs remain active in Laos and as a result, these are the direct cause of many accidents and indeed deaths every year. COPE was formed in 1997 with the main purpose being to provide bomb victims with prosthetic limbs and healthcare, and also to educate visitors and raise awareness of the issue. The visitor centre has a vast number of exhibits on show and an educational documentary which provides an illuminating insight into the relatively unknown history. The place itself is quite small but it's very informative and the staff are extremely friendly and available to answer any questions you might have.