Voices From Around The World

The Global Action for Children Campaign believes that community-based programs are the best way to provide children with access to healthcare, education, food and nutrition and life-saving medicines.  Here are some examples of how community programs are successfully working to meet the needs of vulnerable children around the world. Dropping School Fees in Kenya An extraordinary thing happened in Kenya when school […]

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Resources for Community Organizers

Learn how you can become an activist in your community by bringing people together to make a difference in the lives of vulnerable children.  In this section, you’ll find many resources including ways to coordinate a postcard campaign, fact sheets and tips for organizing community meetings. Click on the links below to find some of the best resources that will help

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Child Survival

Juliette Luesée is a 21-month old girl from Poussière, a rural village in the county of Jeremie, southwest Haiti. She has pneumonia. It is her third bout of the illness since she was born. This time, Juliette is being treated at one of 60 USAID-supported mobile medical clinics that make monthly visits to villages near

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Stand Campaign

In 2000, the United States and 188 other nations pledged to achieve the Millennium Development Goals of cutting poverty and hunger in half and ensuring children everywhere can grow up healthy and go to school by 2015. The U.S. and the entire international community have made enormous progress.  Already, 88 percent of children in the developing world

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Asian beautiful pregnant woman enjoy her pregnancy with her son at home

How to Prepare For Week 1 of Pregnancy

The first few weeks of pregnancy is crucial for the baby’s development, so making sure you have a healthy lifestyle is essential. If you are planning to get pregnant, you will be tested for sexually transmitted infections and let’s start with sexually transmitted infections. The most common sexually transmitted infection is Chlamydia. There are over

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