The Marshall Legacy Institute helps hundreds of children who have been hurt by landmines every year. Help us give injured children hope for the future!Learn How
Safa was six years old when she stepped on a landmine near her grandmother's home. Learn more about her story and how the Marshall Legacy Institute was able to help her.Learn How
The Marshall Legacy Institute provides vocational training, such as sewing classes, to hundreds of mine victims, helping them gain employment and provide for their families. You can also make a difference in a person's life!Learn How
Jeckie is a 4-year old Belgian Malinois "sniffing out" landmines in Sri Lanka. Interested in getting updates on her life-saving work?Learn How
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The Marshall Legacy Institute has donated 192 life-saving Mine Detection Dogs to 11 war-torn countries. These amazing dogs are able to safely, effectively, and efficiently locate landmines, saving countless lives each year. Want to learn more about our dogs?Learn More
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.