The children who live in our children’s homes in Nepal all receive their education. Education is key to reversing the cycle of poverty and ensuring a brighter future for the next generation.
This young girl in Haiti has received the help she needs and now has hope for her future. As World Immunization Week comes to a close, we want to remind you of the vital role that vaccines play in prevention of life-threatening illness. More information is available at http://goh.worldhelp.net/immunizations/
Uganda and many other parts of Africa are still vulnerable to diseases that can be easily prevented and treated. Immunization protects children from preventable disease and opens the door for other care and prevention methods. To make a difference and take action this World Immunization Week, click here.
Today is World Malaria Day. We invest in three key areas of malaria care: education, prevention, and aggressive treatment. In our children’s homes and schools, we provide education about the disease and ways to prevent it. We also provide mosquito nets to protect children while they sleep—when they’re most vulnerable to being bitten. And we fund [...]
Malaria is a preventable and easily treatable disease, but it still kills more than 650,000 people every year—and the majority of those are women and children in sub-Saharan Africa. In fact, a child dies every minute from malaria, the second leading cause of death from infectious diseases in Africa. Today is World Malaria Day, a [...]
This week is world immunization week. Did you know that every year, immunizations save between 2-3 million lives? It is one of the most cost-effective and successful health interventions available. Vaccine-preventable illnesses include diphtheria, hepatitis A and B, measles, mumps, pneumococcal disease, polio, rotavirus diarrhoea, tetanus and yellow fever. To learn more about immunizations from [...]
In the opening chapter of Awake you are introduced to a little boy and a little girl. And while their stories are separated by nearly 20 years, the message is the same—if you save one life, you really can change the world. The Lucky One from World Help on Vimeo. I wrote Awake because I began [...]