Friday, June 15, 2007
Children in the developing world spend most of their childhood just struggling to survive
Children in the developing world spend most of their childhood just struggling to survive.
Treatable illnesses, such as pneumonia, malaria, diarrhea and malnutrition, become life-threatening when combined with poverty, war, poor sanitation, inadequate health care and insufficient preventive measures.
For those who survive childhood, the path to a secure and happy future is still filled with obstacles. Children in developing nations have limited access to education, which limits opportunity and reduces potential. Won't you please help children and their families with a gift today?
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