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Child Survival

Experts believe we have the power to end preventable child deaths by 2035. In 2013, Obama committed to this initiative, but he hasn't followed through.

Show him that we expect him to make good on his pledge by investing in programs that support global child survival.

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Meet Fejina

Fejina is 6 years old and lives in Matenwa, Haiti with her mother and younger brother.

She is lucky to be going to school; most schools in Haiti are private, and only 50% of children can afford to attend.

With your help, Fejina can continue her education.

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Make College Possible for a Cambodian Woman

The country of Cambodia is unique among developing nations in that its educated population was systematically targeted and killed in the 1970s, during the Khmer Rouge regime. To fully recover from this devastating time, education and the empowerment of women is critical to the recovery of the country.

This Gift That Gives More provides one week of room and board, college tuition, English classes, and leadership training for one student.

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Fast Food: No Marketing To Kids

The fast food industry is notorious for targeting children in their marketing campaigns. At a time when obesity is of utmost concern, it's important that our children grow up with healthy habits and nutritional guidance.

Let's call on the fast food industry to take responsibility for its role in childhood obesity by ceasing marketing to children!

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How Reading Fiction Improves Intelligence

Want to keep your brain in shape? According to this video, diving into works of fiction rather than data and textbooks might be the best way to stay sharp.

(We bookworms have known this for years, of course. But it’s nice to see mainstream media finally hopping on board.)

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Buses Urgently Needed for Safety of Afghan Schoolgirls
For a girl living in Afghanistan, going to school can be dangerous. In early November 2008, two men sprayed acid into the faces of girls as they walked to school, causing serious injury. In an effort to prevent further attacks, the Safe Ride to School program was created to purchase a school bus and hire a driver. Five years later, the bus is breaking down and we need to purchase another to ensure the girls of Mirwais Mena School get to class safely.

This Gift That Gives More helps a young Afghan girl get a safe ride to school by contributing to the purchase of a new bus.

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