Monthly Archives: December 2013

2014 Must be a Better Year for Kids

This past year, like so many other years, saw its share of challenges for children around the world. There were the more than one million refugee children who fled Syria, the tens of thousands of young children who lost their homes and loved ones in Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, and the over 300,000 babies [...]

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Courageous Work in Freezing Temperatures

With more than half of the United States under a blanket of snow this week, it’s clear that winter is here!   The frosty weather has arrived in full force—but it’s not just the Midwest or East Coast where winter is making itself felt.  The winter snow storms have started in Lebanon and Jordan, and my [...]

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