The next president holds the power to save a million children

Ten million children under the age of five die in the world each year, but the next president of the United States has the power to make a real difference in reducing that number. Read about it before you cast your vote in the upcoming election. It’s my post this week on BlogHer.

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2 thoughts on “The next president holds the power to save a million children

  1. I am amazed at the low cost of humanitarian aid. I always assumed it was very expensive. Realistically speaking, I think that a president would only do it if he (she?) thought it would benefit them. It’s how things work in politics, and in life. You would think that wiping out malaria is something that any politician would be happy to have under his belt.

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