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MDD Betsy and Alden in Bosnia
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Mr. Mansoun and his Chickens

Alleviating suffering and promoting hope, growth, and stability in war-torn countries

Every field. Every playground.

Your support helps us clear land of mines and dangerous explosives and return it back to the people. Mine-free land means more playgrounds, more farms, and more opportunities for thousands.

 

Thank you for your support, which helps men, women, and children live free without the fear of landmines.

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Our Mission

The Marshall Legacy Institute (MLI) was founded by General Gordon R. Sullivan in 1997 in efforts to extend the vision & legacy of Nobel Peace Laureate George C. Marshall. MLI’s mission is to locate, secure, and apply skills and resources to alleviate suffering, restore hope, and create conditions that nurture stability in countries affected by conflict.

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Our Programs

MLI believes in targeted, effective programs that build sustainability, increase capacity of local organizations, and help communities help themselves. MLI programs are a collaborative effort between the people of the United States and the country involved – check out our Where We Work page to read more about country-specific projects.

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Arlington, VA 22203

Email: info@marshall-legacy.org

Phone: (703) 243-9200

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