Ellen Gerstein

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The 2015 Mother's Index Rankings. Save the Children ranks the best and worst countries to be a mother based on the health and well-being of mothers and children. #SOWM

The 2015 Mother's Index Rankings. Save the Children ranks the best and worst countries to be a mother based on the health and well-being of mothers and children.

Save the Children's 2015 Mother's Index ranks the best and worst places in the world to be a mom. See the shocking differences between the top 5 and bottom 5 countries, and click through to learn how to make a difference for every child. #SOWM

State of the World’s Mothers Report 2015 from Save the Children recently released their annual State of the World’s Mothers report, and the United States did not rank well.

860 million people in the world live in slums—1 out of every 8 people. See more surprising findings in our State of the World's Mothers report. #SOWM

860 million people in the world live in out of every 8 people. See more surprising findings in our State of the World's Mothers report.

According to Save the Children's 2015 State of the World's Mothers Report, the world's poorest urban children are twice as likely to die as the world's richest. Download our report and find out what you can do to help mothers and babies worldwide. #SOWM

The Urban Disadvantage – State of the World’s Mothers 2015

According to Save the Children's 2015 State of the World's Mothers Report, over 54% of the world's population lives in cities, which is up from 30% in 1950, and is expected to climb to 66% by 2050. Learn more surprising statistics and find out how you can lend your voice to support moms and babies by downloading our report.

According to Save the Children's 2015 State of the World's Mothers Report, over…

Kopi Ice (Sweet Iced Coffee) | WHAT IT IS: Putting the Frappucino to shame, iced coffee at hawker stalls or traditional coffee shops in Singapore is brewed strong in a metal pot with a long spout, then mixed with sweetened condensed milk, poured over ice, and served in a small drawstring bag with a straw (pictured above). WHY IT’S DELICIOUS: Between the strong brew and the super sweet milk, it’s like drinking a thin milkshake with a serious caffeine kick.

Kopi Ice (Sweet Iced Coffee) WHAT IT IS: Putting the Frappucino to shame, iced coffee at hawker stalls or traditional coffee shops in Singapore is brewed strong in a metal pot with a long spout, then mixed with sweetened condensed milk, poured over ice,

Kopi Ice (Sweet Iced Coffee) | WHAT IT IS: Putting the Frappucino to shame, iced coffee at hawker stalls or traditional coffee shops in Singapore is brewed strong in a metal pot with a long spout, then mixed with sweetened condensed milk, poured over ice, and served in a small drawstring bag with a straw (pictured above). WHY IT’S DELICIOUS: Between the strong brew and the super sweet milk, it’s like drinking a thin milkshake with a serious caffeine kick.

Kopi Ice (Sweet Iced Coffee) WHAT IT IS: Putting the Frappucino to shame, iced coffee at hawker stalls or traditional coffee shops in Singapore is brewed strong in a metal pot with a long spout, then mixed with sweetened condensed milk, poured over ice,