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Famine has been declared in South Sudan with one million malnourished children at risk of starvation. We’re hard at work screening children for malnutrition, running feeding programs, and treating malnourished children. Please help us save starving children in South Sudan: [ Ow.ly Link ]
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Every day, young girls like Robina from Uganda face the threat of violence on the long journey to collect drinking water from a distant well. With your help, we can save their lives and better their futures. Sponsor a child like Robina today: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Save the Children
02/23/2017 at 19:25. Facebook
Baby Bado* plays in our Mother and Baby Area at a refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesvos. At these specialized programs for refugee caregivers, mothers and pregnant women can receive skilled advice and support on nutrition and breastfeeding for children.

We’ve reached children and families with food, blankets, tents, clothes, and other services like case management, non-formal education...
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02/23/2017 at 16:05. Facebook
11-year-old Riwa* from Aleppo, Syria, went to school until the fourth grade. She currently lives in a tent with her family at a refugee camp in Greece where she attends our Child-Friendly Space.

Child refugees stranded in Greece have been out of school for an average of one and a half years, risking a generation which has been denied the right to an education. We provide access to education...
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02/22/2017 at 17:20. Facebook
Fred (right) and Clinton are students at a primary school that we support in Malawi. Fred is blind and has learned to read and write Braille at school, but he still needs assistance. Clinton explains that as his friend, he walks Fred to the facilities, brings him his lunch, and reads aloud to him from the black board and books that aren't translated into Braille.

Around the world, 150 million...
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02/22/2017 at 14:35. Facebook
Midwife Sadya holds a newborn baby at a public health clinic in Afghanistan.

“I wanted to serve my villagers,” Sadya told us of starting her job. She was motivated to become a midwife when she noticed a high mortality rate among mothers and newborns in her village. “My work is important for me,” she said. “Because women form an important part of society.”
Save the Children
02/21/2017 at 20:39. Facebook
A young Syrian girl sits outside her tent in Za'atari Refugee Camp, Jordan.

Syrian refugees continue to pour into Jordan in their thousands to escape the violence in Syria. They now live in tents in the desert of northern Jordan where conditions are harsh and the camp authorities struggle to meet the basic needs of the overwhelming numbers of refugees arriving each day. We’re reaching...
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02/21/2017 at 14:32. Facebook
As an educator and ardent advocate for children, Dr. Jill Biden has a keen understanding of the work we do every day to ensure all children have the opportunity for a bright future. We are delighted Dr. Biden will bring her boundless energy and expertise to help us reach every last child.

Dr. Jill Biden Joins Save the Children as Board Chair

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Save the Children
02/20/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
3-year-old Khaled* smiles for the camera in his new rainproof jacket we provided at a refugee camp in Greece— but the harsh reality is that dozens of refugees are at risk of freezing to death in Europe following heavy snows and bitterly cold temperatures in Greece and the Balkans. We're distributing children’s winter boots, jackets, hats, scarves, rain ponchos and baby snowsuits. Here's how...
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02/20/2017 at 19:05. Facebook
3-year-old Khaled* smiles for the camera in his new rainproof jacket we provided at a refugee camp in Greece— but the harsh reality is that dozens of refugees are at risk of freezing to death in Europe following heavy snows and bitterly cold temperatures in Greece and the Balkans. We're distributing children’s winter boots, jackets, hats, scarves, rain ponchos and baby snowsuits. Here's how...
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02/20/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
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02/20/2017 at 12:48. Facebook
We are committed to continuing to help millions of refugee children, regardless of ethnicity, religion or any other factor. Please support our work today: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Save the Children
02/19/2017 at 13:15. Facebook
When you give from your heart, you can truly change the world! Now through February 28, you can Share Your Heart by donating to Save the Children at Build-A-Bear Workshop stores or online at buildabear.com – because every child deserves a future. The Build-A-Bear Foundation will match all donations made in the U.S., up to $100,000. #ShareYourHeart today: [ Ow.ly Link ] [ Ow.ly Link ] [ Ow.ly...
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02/18/2017 at 19:25. Facebook
We work tirelessly to provide refugees with lifesaving assistance, improve access to education and quality health care, and protect children from exploitation. Please support our work for refugee children: [ Ow.ly Link ]
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02/18/2017 at 13:16. Facebook
When temperatures drop, children need extra attention to stay warm, safe and healthy. Young children are less likely to recognize when they are cold and more likely to lose body heat quickly due to their smaller size. Watch our tips for keeping children safe in cold weather:
Every year, more than one million babies die on the day they are born, and 2.6 million are stillborn. In many communities around the world, newborn deaths are so commonplace that children are not even named until they survive their first month of life. Learn what we're doing to save more moms and newborns like Monera and Samiba: [ Ow.ly Link ]
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Thanks to you, this boy’s parents are learning to grow vegetable seedlings – and use the profits to buy land for growing coffee. They’re so excited to be able to support their son and send him all the way through secondary school, thanks to help from our #Partner4Children community.
3-year-old Ahmed* is helping his mother clean the mud around their tent in the informal settlement where they live in Lebanon.

Temperature is getting closer to the freezing point in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon. As it heavily rains, Syrian refugees battle to keep their tents dry. We’re reaching children in the area with critical protection, education, food and shelter assistance.

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Hasna* recently delivered a baby in a tent within an informal settlement for Syrian refugees in Lebanon. She is waiting for her turn to receive weatherproofing kits in order to support her tent and protect her baby from the cold.

Lebanon hosts the largest number of Syrian refugees relative to its population in the region, with almost 1.2 million registered Syrian refugees—over half of them...
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We're loving all the helping hands that have been submitted for the #YouthUplift Challenge! For every hand you make and send in, the Bezos Family Foundation will donate $1.90 — up to $500,000 — to our programs empowering youth in Nicaragua and Indonesia. Learn more at studentsrebuild.org/youthuplift