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Check out our News and Views to see how women's education influences the health of children worldwide.

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These Women's Magazines Were Redesigned To Spotlight Violence Against Women

“The tagline is ‘Make Internationals Women’s Day more than just a cover story,’” said LePard. “We want people to take action instead of just reading about injustice.” | These Women's Magazines Were Redesigned To Spotlight Violence Against Women

This Fact Check infographic shows how much time is invested in children's lives as a result of sponsors' support.

This infographic shows the contrast between Rio de Janeiro, the wealthy state in southwest Brazil, and Maranhao, an impoverished state in northeast Brazil.

Sweet story of an Oregon woman who reconnected with her formerly sponsored child, who was facing the biggest health challenge of her life.

Compassion Magazinefrom Compassion Magazine

Tackling Malaria

For World Malaria Day today, check out this photo essay from Rwanda showing how Compassion is helping prevent infections among children and their families in Africa.

This amazing woman, a former sponsored child, fought government corruption in Uganda even after her colleagues were poisoned.

According to the United Nations global My World survey, #education is the top policy concern worldwide, despite wealth. Read more:

Darling Magazinefrom Darling Magazine

Learning To Watch What We Watch

Learning To Watch What We Watch | Darling Magazine

Words to Live By - Every time Careen Malahay sits down to write, the words flow from a deep awareness that she is living her dream — and amazement that she is alive. Read about Careen's story:

Screen time is an app that lets you limit time your child uses iPhone or iPad. You set the time, press start, and pass it to your children. When time expires, it stops the game!

Wildflower Ramblingsfrom Wildflower Ramblings

10 Best Bible Verses for Children {free printable

10 Best Bible Verses for Children {free printable!} - Wildflower Ramblings

Mimi's Village: And How Basic Health Care Transformed It, written by Katie Smith Milway and illustrated by Eugenie Fernandes