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  • Save the Children posted a progress report
    Disaster Report Card for America's Children
    By - Tanya Weinberg - Communications Officer
    Nine years after Hurricane Katrina, 74 percent of parents with children in school or child care believe the federal government is not very prepared to protect their children from disaster. Yet the average parent spent only one hour on family emergency planning over the past year—and many spent no time at all, Save the...
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  • Save the Children has received 5 donations
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  • Save the Children has received 6 donations
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  • Save the Children posted a progress report
    Annual Report from Save the Children
    By - Carolyn Miles and Anne Mulcahy - President & CEO and Board Chair, respectively
    Dear friends, “There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children,” said Nelson Mandela, one of our world’s great leaders and visionaries, whom we so sadly lost in 2013. Mandela knew that by investing in children, we are investing in our collective...
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  • Save the Children has received 5 donations
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  • Save the Children posted a progress report
    Ending Newborn Deaths
    By - Simon Wright - Save the Children
    The first 24 hours of a child's life are the most dangerous, with more than one million babies dying each year on their first and only day of life, according to new research published by Save the Children. The new report, "Ending Newborn Deaths,"shows one half of first day deaths around the world could be prevented if the...
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  • Save the Children has received 5 donations
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  • Save the Children posted a progress report
    The Right to Learn
    By - Right to Learn Report Team - Information Officers
    Parents throughout developing countries are frustrated by the staggering 40 percent of primary-school-age children who are unable to read, write, or do basic math by fourth grade, according to a new report. Save the Children released the report, "Right to Learn," this afternoon at the United Nations during a presentation...
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  • Save the Children has received 4 donations
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  • Save the Children has received 41 donations
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  • Save the Children posted a progress report
    Typhoon Haiyan: Rafael's Story in His Own Words
    By - Nicolle Keogh - Communications Officer
    "When we went out of the house, my father was hit by a collapsed wall. There was blood everywhere. I tried to wake him up but he wasn't moving anymore. The water got even higher and I wanted to carry my father with the tide but I thought we would both die. I was scared and crying. I swam and swam and every time I was tired...
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  • Save the Children posted a progress report
    Are Your Children Safe? Find out in the United States Disaster Report 2013
    By - Tanya Weinberg - Communications Officer
    Children were the face of a record year of disasters in the United States. That's why Save the Children has produced our annual America’s 2013 National Report Cardon Protecting Children in Disasters. This year's report focused on how unsatisfactory gaps in prepardness put children at risk before...
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  • Save the Children posted a progress report
    Children's Futures at Risk
    By - Elin Martinez - Communications Officer
    “The day the rebels came,” remembers 13-year-old Salif, “they destroyed the school. I saw them. They went inside the school. They went into the headmaster’s office and destroyed everything. They destroyed the students’ papers and folders.” Salif* lives in Mali, but sadly, attacks on...
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  • Save the Children posted a progress report
    Surviving the First Day
    By - Carolyn Miles - President & CEO of Save the Children USA
    Every year, our State of the World’s Mothers report reminds us of the inextricable link between the well-being of mothers and their children. As any mother – myself included – will tell you, our children’s health and safety is the most important thing in our lives. And we know that a...
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  • Save the Children posted a progress report
    Superfood for Babies: Breastfeeding Report
    By - Save the Children - Save the Children
    All women deserve the support they need to breastfeed, if they choose to. Breastfeeding has important benefits for moms and babies everywhere, and can literally save lives in the developing world. Save the Children’s new report, Superfood for Babies, estimates that 830,000 babies could be saved if all women...
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  • Save the Children has made updates to their project page.
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  • Save the Children has received 77 donations
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  • Save the Children posted a progress report
    Little Esther: A Great Warrior
    By - Mary Redmond - Communications Officer
    Esther's mother, Laudiene, had a complicated pregnancy, and little Esther was born too soon — at 28 weeks, weighing just over two pounds — in impoverished north-east Brazil. Premature birth creates complications for babies everywhere. But in Brazil, a country of vast economic inequality, where being born rich or...
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  • Save the Children posted a progress report
    When Disaster Strikes, Is Your State Ready?
    By - United States Team - Programming and Communications Officers
    Every working day, the safety of nearly 68 million U.S. children is in the hands of school officials and caregivers. Most parents assume that when they drop their kids off for the day, they will be safe if disaster strikes. But two-thirds of our nation’s states do not require basic emergency preparedness regulations...
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  • Save the Children posted a progress report
    HEART: healing and education through the arts
    By - Mary Redmond - Communications Specialist
    At the core of our mission is creating innovative programs to create lasting change in the lives of children. One of these is HEART, Save the Children’s visionary education program, which brings the proven power of artistic expression to children in need around the world, helping them cope with traumatic events and...
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  • Save the Children posted a progress report
    Whatever She Does, It Will Be Big
    By - Robin Bell - Communications Leader
    Four-year-old Jazmine, of Queets, Washington’s Quinault Indian Reservation, is a lively little chatterbox and without a doubt the most charismatic kid in her preschool class. She takes the lead in games and activities, raises her hand first when her teacher asks a question and sits front and center during read-aloud...
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  • Save the Children posted a progress report
    Born Too Soon
    By - March of Dimes, PMNCH, Save the Children, WHO - Report Leads
    Born Too Soon: The Global Action Report on Preterm Birth features the first-ever estimates of preterm birth rates by country and is authored by a broad group of 45 international multi-disciplinary experts from 11 countries, with almost 50 organizations in support. This report is written in support of all families who have...
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  • Save the Children has made updates to their project page.
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  • Save the Children posted a progress report
    Results for Children, Focus on Malawi
    By - Robin Bell - Communications Officer
    Since 2001, Malawi has achieved a 29 percent decline in newborn deaths—from 19,000 per year to 17,000 per year in 2010. In those 10 years, Save the Children, with the support of its many donors, has made significant contributions toward this achievement.Teaching Others How to Save a LifeSave the Children and partners...
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  • Save the Children posted a progress report
    Getting to Great for Girls
    By - Robin Bell - Project Communications
    Thanks to your support, Save the Children is inspiring breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and achieving immediate and lasting change in children’s lives by ensuring that they are safe, educated and healthy. Raya, a 14-year-old Egyptian girl, had always dreamed of attending school, but her father did...
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  • Save the Children has received 56 donations
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  • Save the Children posted a progress report
    Results for Children, Fall 2011
    By - Carolyn Miles - President & CEO
    Dear friends and supporters, It is both exciting and humbling to assume the leadership of Save the Children this month from the extraordinarily capable hands of Dr. Charles MacCormack. Since I joined this remarkable organization almost 14 years ago, I’ve also had the good fortune to work with many of you to help...
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  • Save the Children posted a progress report
    State of the World's Mothers
    By - Tanya Weinberg - Director, Media and Communications
    Save the Children’s State of the World’s Mothers ranks 164 countries on women’s access to health care, education and opportunities. Norway is the world’s best place to be a mother, and eight of the 10 top-ranked countries are in Western Europe. The remaining two are in the southern hemisphere, with...
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  • Save the Children posted a progress report
    Our Achievements in 2009-2010
    By - Save the Children Comms Team - Public Affairs and Communications
    Our Achievements in 2009-2010 See Where the Good Goes Campaign: Launched in June, See Where the Good Goes mobilizes citizen action in the U.S. to support local health care workers and community clinics worldwide in helping save more children from preventable or treatable illnesses. Haiti Earthquake Disaster: Since the...
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  • Save the Children has been approved to be on GlobalGiving!
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  • Save the Children has received 12 donations
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Penelope Crump

Westport, CT United States

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