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 Children  India Project #39914

Protect 20,000 Children From Blindness in India

by SevaChild International
Protect 20,000 Children From Blindness in India

Summary

SevaChild is raising money to provide vital nutrients to 20,000 malnourished children in one of the poorest areas of India. With every dollar you give, you will literally protect a child from blindness and many life-threatening diseases through our vital nutrient program.

$20,000
total goal
$5,619
remaining
94
donors
1
monthly donor
3
months

Challenge

Vitamin A deficiency affects the lives of an estimated 20 million children in India. Over 50,000 Indian children go blind every year due to a lack of vitamin A in their diets. The simple act of providing a twice-yearly dose of vitamin A to children ages five and under will protect them from vitamin A-related blindness and may make the difference between life and death.

Solution

Our network travels to remote rural areas and urban slums identifying children suffering from malnutrition. We educate parents on the benefits of vitamin A and provide that vital nutrient, twice a year, to thousands of children throughout India.

Long-Term Impact

These vitamin A doses will ensure that 10,000 children are protected from devastating illness and needless death. Your generosity will provide them the opportunity to live and thrive as every child should.

Resources

http:/​/​www.sevachild.org
http:/​/​www.sevachild.org

Organization Information

SevaChild International

Location: Glendale, CA - USA
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @Seva_Child
Project Leader:
Rick Carlton
Glendale, CA United States
$14,381 raised of $20,000 goal
 
99 donations
$5,619 to go
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