We know what works to save these vulnerable lives. That’s why we must ensure Congress supports the Reach Act!
Through advocacy and perseverance, we can make sure that the world’s most marginalized children are not left behind or forgotten by our country’s legislators.
In this interview Dr. Sheri Hatfield, licensed psychologist, shares recommendations on how to talk with children about tough issues.
“Ultimately, I want to let people know the importance of early childhood education programs and what a difference those programs can make in a child’s life.”
Home visiting programs like Maternal, Infant, Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) can help parents and children live better, healthier, and more self-sufficient lives.
As members of Congress headed home for the August congressional recess, we hit the road to deliver a simple message: invest in kids.
According to a new Save the Children report, refugee children are five times more likely to be out of school than non-refugee children.
Now more than ever, America’s leadership is needed abroad. We know what works to save lives.
The Reach Act would expand access to health care and treatments to reduce preventable maternal, newborn and child deaths around the world.
More than 18 million pregnant women—and 23 million children—could benefit.