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This year we are raising funds to build a school for children who desperately need one in Mozambique. We chose this area because there aren’t enough schools in Quembo, meaning not all children have the opportunity to ever become educated.

Last year, more than 7 million children died before they could see their 5th birthday. Most of them are dying from preventable and treatable causes such as malnutrition, diarrhea and pneumonia. This is unacceptable. Basic nutrition and hygiene, vaccines, medicine, and access to frontline health workers who are trained to diagnose and treat these threats are essential to child survival. Please call on world leaders to make a commitment to end preventable child deaths. Sign Our Petition

It hurts to be hungry — even for one day. Imagine how it feels for the children of West Africa, where poor rainfall, crop failures, skyrocketing food prices and insecurity have led to a devastating hunger crisis. Join us in solidarity and empathy to support more than 1 million children in West Africa who are at risk — by pledging to fast, donate, fundraise or play online games for one historic day: August 23, 2012. We can make hunger history. Are You Game?

CARE board member Leila Janah met Viviane in Benin yesterday. Vivane's father sold her into domestic labor when she was just 10 years old, and then into child marriage when she was only 14. She is now part of a CARE program to reduce gender-based violence. She's also training to be a baker.

Progress Report Q1-Q2 | 2012; 2011 was a year of many achievements, large and small, for the 85 million children benefiting from Save the Children’s programs.

“It is inconceivable to me that in a world filled with iPads and tweets we are still fighting for the rights of mothers to have their children born free of HIV. This should be as easy as creating a Facebook page. So come, let’s use everything we know and every way we can to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV/AIDS today.” Whoopi Goldberg is a UNICEF Ambassador and was speaking ahead of the XIX International AIDS Conference, taking place now in Washington…

Found this on the 'Ordinary Hero' online store. Many of you have probably seen the pin of an adorable little lady wearing the same shirt in red. Their mission is to inspire and empower ORDINARY people to make an extraordinary difference in the life of a child in need. Read more about their efforts or purchase products at the link below.

Hunger. Illness. Violence. Despair. Those are facts of life for children in the world’s forgotten places. With your generous gift to the Global Action Fund, you help us carry out our worldwide mission to create lasting change in the lives of children in need. Some need food, medicine or books. Others need safety in the midst of conflict or the aftermath of disaster. That's why the Global Action Fund is the key to helping children survive and thrive. It provides the funds nee

G8 leaders plan to lift 50 million people out of poverty and address the global hunger and malnutrition crisis. But for 171 million chronically malnourished children, the plan doesn’t go far enough. It's not just about growing economies – it’s growing kids. Join us in urging World Leaders to support Child survival solutions now!