Together, let's build a world in which
every child can be safe and thrive.
We provide culturally relevant resources, prevention programs, and individualized counseling services to address the severity of child abuse, domestic violence, and human trafficking in underserved Mongolian communities.
Our Annual Appreciation Video
Every child deserves to feel safe and loved!
The recent economic downturn and public health crisis have put even more Mongolian children at risk of being abused, especially in the low-income and underserved communities. If left unchanged, these children are susceptible to become victims of violence, neglect, human trafficking, or even abusers themselves.
Nearly 900,000 Mongolian children, youth, and families (27% of the population) live below the national poverty level.
It is estimated that one out of two children in Mongolia experience some form of abuse or neglect during their childhood.
Many children are still subjected to the worst form of child labor, including forced begging and commercial sexual exploitation.
That’s where we come in.
Lantuun Dohio USA is 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to eradicating human trafficking and protect children from violence, neglect, abuse, and exploitation in Mongolia and around the world. Because of generous supporters like you from all around the world, we are able to continue our work to create neighborhoods, communities, and a world in which every child can thrive.
Our work in Mongolia
Since 2016, our two Child Protection and Development Centers (Magic Mongolia 1 & 2) have been providing food, temporary shelter, social services, and free kindergarten classes to over 1,000 children who are in desperate need of protection from abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
We also play an active role in preventing and addressing child abuse and neglect through one-on-one support for families at high risk for abuse and customized training programs, resources, and services.
Number of children attending our daily kindergarten classes
Ongoing projects to provide services, raise visibility, and affect systemic changes.
In the U.S. & more
We partner with international organizations and local government to increase the number of culturally relevant resources in order to address the severity of domestic violence and human trafficking in the Mongolian communities.
Additionally, we host events throughout the year to increase public awareness and raise much needed funds to sustain our work in Mongolia because there are thousands of children still need our help. With your generous support, we can protect more children from being abused and exploited.
Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to make sure the team at the Child Protection and Development Centers has the resources they need to keep the children safe.
Notes from our supporters
“The work they do is invaluable. Human trafficking is a dark secret still in many countries…people want to look away and drink their coffee while reading news on their Ipad…but for the victims of human trafficking, life is one long nightmare of forced sex and beatings…often when they are less than 12 years old ! To do what Lantuun Dohio USA does is to provide hope that we can someday stop this crime from ever happening again.”
“Regardless of how tired and exhausted I get, I feel instant happiness and joy by simply seeing how our kids are improving day by day, right in front of my eyes.”
“The work Lantuun Dohio is doing to protect children and raise awareness about the problems of child abuse and human trafficking is important not only to Mongolia, but also to the world.”
$30 = 15 kids’ meals for 10 days
Together, let’s create a better tomorrow.
1. You make a donation
The simplest way to support our work is to make a financial contribution. Your donation is fully tax-deductible.
2. We deliver your gift
100% of your donation goes straight to provide food, shelter, and educational programs to the children in need.
3. We break the cycle of abuse
With your support, we can continue our work to help abused and neglected children, support at-risk families in our community, and so much more.