2 out of 5 children in America do not have access to early learning programs like preschool.
Yet most of a child’s brain is developed by age 5.
Nearly 1 in 5 children around the world are living in conflict zones.
The killing and abduction of children, as well as the targeting of schools and denial of humanitarian aid, are all on the rise around the world.
Children’s rights continue to be violated at the U.S. – Mexico border.
Vulnerable children are being held in custody longer than the legal limit, separated from their families, denied basic care and more.
In the spirit of spookiness, here are some tricky issues that are affecting kids and ways that you can help treat them.
I’m a father of two young kids, and I can’t help but think about the terrible consequences armed conflict, like the situation in Syria, has on children. Fortunately, as an employee of Save the Children Action Network, I know that many people are working tirelessly to advocate for the safety and security of these children.
Wilita and his siblings. This picture was taken when they first came to the United States. Wilita is in the top right corner wearing a black suit and white shirt. I grew up in the Democratic Republic of the Congo …