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Ten Reasons to Be Thankful This Thanksgiving

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Moussa’s story

When they brought Moussa over and laid him in my arms, my heart stopped for a minute. He was barely breathing and was so frail, I was afraid he might die as I held him. Though he was more than two months old, his arms and legs were tiny and frail and his breathing was [...]

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Getting Ready for BlogHer ‘12

I am incredibly excited to connect with all of the amazing women at BlogHer ‘12, an annual conference that brings women in social media together. One of the most powerful ways to deliver a message in social media is through video. That’s why I want to share this video with you, which we’ll screen at [...]

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VIDEO: Working Kids….but This is No Summer Job

I spent last week in Bangladesh, a country of 161 million people, many of whom live in the capital city of Dhaka. Many of those people, in fact 54 million of them, are kids under 15. And a high percentage of these children start to work by the age of 10 or 12 in order [...]

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VIDEO: Thank You!

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PHOTOS: Hometown Heroes

How do you save the lives of children who would otherwise die of diseases like pneumonia, the number one killer of kids in the developing world? Get a hometown hero on your side.   Frontline Health Workers are saving lives every single day in places like Uganda and Kenya, where I traveled just a week [...]

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PHOTOS: Revolution & Evolution: My Trip to Egypt – Part 3

My evening in Assiut proved to be one of the most unique and interesting parts of my visit to Upper Egypt. As it began to get dark, the streets became clogged with young people coming home and going out. We traveled to a youth center, supported by the local government, to attend a play organized [...]

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PHOTOS: Revolution & Evolution: My Trip to Egypt – Part 2

Don’t forget to check out the first part of my trip, a visit to one of our Early Childhood Development centers. After a fun morning with the kids, I headed over to visit our maternal and newborn health program in Assiut, which was a great opportunity to see how much our programs depend on partnerships [...]

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VIDEO: Thank you Athene and DC Entertainment

Our thank you Athene and DC Entertainment for their support of our Horn of Africa hunger crisis relief efforts.

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VIDEO: Visit to Dadaab, Kenya

Visit to Dadaab, Kenya, the world’s largest refugee camp to survey our relief efforts.

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