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Bright Future Program

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Many Ethiopian women face slave labor and sexual repression.

Tell UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon the Bright Future Program is a monumental step in preventing violence against women in Ethiopia.

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Take Action For Children

One in twenty children around the world live with a disability. The Convention of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, adopted by the U.N. in 2006, seeks to ensure that they receive the same rights as other children. It is past time for the U.S. to support this treaty!

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Ensure Every Child is Vaccinated

Immunization is one of the most successful and cost-effective public health interventions. In recent years, vaccinations have prevented an estimated 2 to 3 million deaths per year along with countless episodes of illness and disability. Stand with UNICEF to save children's lives and provide low-cost, effective vaccinations to every child.

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Lights for Students in Rural Africa

How many times have you turned on the light at night? Whether it's studying for a big test, or merely reading for pleasure, the chance to read whenever we want is something most of us take for granted. But for people living off the electrical grid, when the sun goes down, so does their chance to read and learn.

This Gift That Gives More funds two rechargeable lights for students in the refugee camps in Rwanda, helping improve their ability to further their education.

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After Vast Improvements to Afghan Education, There's Still a Long Way to Go

Just ten years ago, roughly twelve million Afghans between the ages of fifteen and forty-five were functionally illiterate. Thanks to help from the United Nations and the International Community, the people of Afghanistan have much greater access to literacy programs and education.

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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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