Mine Detection Dogs are able to safely, effectively, & efficiently locate landmines. A dog can "sniff out" more than 2 million square meters of mine contaminated land in its working life, before retiring to a loving home.
Students across the U.S. are raising awareness and money to sponsor Mine Detection Dogs and to help landmine survivors through CHAMPS. Together, we can end this man-made epidemic.Learn How
A CLEAR PATH
Without mine fields, the land available for agriculture and livestock would increase by 88% in Afghanistan alone. Clearing land allows people to return to work, supporting themselves and their community.Learn How
TAKE YOUR FIRST STEP
More than 40% of landmine victims are children. You can provide a young survivor with the physical and psychological rehabilitation needed to move forward.Learn How
A PLAN THAT WORKS
Employment prospects for survivors are often bleak. Vocational training programs teach survivors the skills they need to be self-sufficient, restoring independence and hope.Learn How
The Marshall Legacy Institute establishes indigenous programs in countries affected by landmines. These programs promote hope, growth and stability by helping countries rid their soil of mines and assisting those who have already been injured by these hidden killers.
Donates highly trained landmine detection dogs to mine-affected countries and trains local handlers to safely use these dogs to find landmines. MLI has never lost a dog to a landmine injury.