Last Monday was my daughter Amelia’s first day of kindergarten. She’s lucky because she was fortunate to attend a quality preschool in our small town.
Monthly Archives: August 2016
It is a fact that childhood stunting is virtually irreversible. I saw this first hand when I visited Save the Children’s programs in Bangladesh last year.
Mom Christine and baby Blessing are among the many moms and kids Save the Children is helping in Bungoma county, Kenya.
In Ghana, babies are frequently whisked away from their mothers because they so often don’t survive. It doesn’t have to be this way.
Child trafficking is growing across Africa. Before 2005, an abused child in Kenya would have few places to turn. Now, they have Childline Kenya.
The power of young people is insurmountable. Each of us has the capability to be a catalyst for change and shape the course of our country.
Speaking to people about the work we’re doing gave me the satisfaction of knowing we were talking directly to the source: politically-engaged constituents.
A portrait of kindergartner, Cruize, 5, at her school. She participates in the Save the Children literacy program.