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ChildFund International

HELP deprived, excluded and vulnerable children have the capacity to improve their lives and the opportunity to become young adults, parents and leaders who bring lasting and positive change in their communities. PROMOTE societies whose individuals and institutions participate in valuing, protecting and advancing the worth and rights of children. ENRICH supporters’ lives through their support of our cause.

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Provide two mosquito nets to children in areas where they are needed most. Every day, children die from malaria. In Africa alone, one child dies of malaria every minute. We need immediate help to protect children from suffering, disease and death. An insecticide-treated mosquito net is a simple and inexpensive way to save a life.
Provide a family with a solar lantern. In communities with no electricity, darkness makes even the simplest activities difficult, even dangerous. Accidents with candles and other traditional light sources are common. And sundown often means the end of study time for young students eager to do their best in school. Your gift of solar lanterns is an innovative way to keep children safe and learning long after the sun goes down.
Provide essentials that children need for school, such as school bags, books, uniforms, shoes, winter supplies for preschools, and teaching and learning aids. By helping children stay in school, you help them make the most of their own unique gifts and talents. And when they’re in classrooms, they’ll also be safe from the potential dangers of unsupervised environments.
Provide scholarship assistance for one year and a bicycle so a girl can go to school, get an education and have a better future. Many girls struggle to continue their education because they have to walk such long distances to school.
Provide scholarship assistance to youth training to become nurses in Zambia. Qualified high-school graduates in Zambia have the chance for bright futures in the nursing profession. But available scholarship funds take the students only partly through their educations.