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An Afghan child with only one leg sits next to artificial legs at the International Red Cross Orthopedic (ICRC) rehabilitation center on December 10, 2009 in Herat, Afghanistan. The aims of the ICRC rehabilitation center are to educate and rehabilitate landmine victims and others with deformities to help them return their former lives. According to the UN mine information network, 62 people on average are killed or injured by mines each month in Afghanistan. UPI/Hossein Fatem

Next time the longing for some new toy comes up, remember how much need there is in the world and use the money for something of real importance...like helping someone.

This question of "what will you do" is always challenging to me. Though I feel at times overwhelmed by the problem, it is not an excuse for inaction.

Atlanta is the #1 city for human trafficking in the U.S. These are the Facts on child sex trafficking. This is a huge problem in our country and it does not get the attention that it so desperately needs. .http://www.desertsolace.com/blog/2013/12/13/slavery-20-the-child-sex-trade-in-america/ INFOWARS.COM BECAUSE THERE'S A WAR ON FOR YOUR MIND

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Inside The Secret World Of Child Brides

Extraordinary picture of a child bride.

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1 In 9 Girls Marries Before Age 15, And Here's What Happens To Them

December 10 marks the anniversary of the presentation of the United Nations' Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which recognizes that there are "equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family." But, because of the widespread practice of child marriage, 14 million girls under 18 are denied those rights each year.

A powerful infographic exposing various myths about immigrantion. Learn more, love more.

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‘Girls are the world’s forgotten population': Nine facts about child brides

The story of an 11-year-old Yemeni girl named Nada al-Ahdal, who recorded a brief video explaining why she’d fled her parents to avoid the marriage they’d arranged for her, has finally attracted much of the world’s attention to the plight of child brides.

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Refugee Facts and Statistics

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