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Vaccines for Health

UNICEF has provided refrigerators to health clinics all around the Philippines to help preserve vaccines. Learn UNICEF's work in post-typhoon Philippines »

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Stop Malaria

If researchers are to succeed in stopping the spread of malaria, they need the support of health organizations and the governments of the world.

Tell President Obama to save the lives of millions by lending more support to the cause of preventing, treating, and curing malaria.

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Photographer Puts America's Poverty in Focus

In 2009, Steve Liss gave up shooting pictures of presidents and the covers of TIME magazines and embarked on something he felt would be a bit more meaningful. He created "In Our Own Backyard" and Americanpoverty.org in an effort to raise awareness, dispel stereotypes, and encourage action to address poverty in the United States through the power of photojournalism.

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Everyone Should Have a Right to Food

The United States is one of few nations left in the world that has made no recognition to the right to food.

It's time the United States led by example in the fight against hunger rather than trailing far behind the rest of the world. Demand the right to food for all citizens.

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Support The Food Project in Boston

You can make sure healthy, affordable fruits and vegetables reach Americans in need by helping The Food Project plant gardens in Boston. The Food Project (TFP) is transforming abandoned urban lots into verdant, productive farms that make nutritious fresh produce available in former food deserts. The Food Project's teenagers also help build backyard gardens in low-income neighborhoods so gardeners can safely grow their own food and teach peers about healthy eating choices.

This Gift That Gives More supports The Food Project's farmland.

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Send a Girl to School in Afghanistan
Before the opening of the Zabuli Education Center, girls in area villages had no way to obtain even the most basic formal education. In a country where the literacy rate for women is less than 15%, only 14% of elementary school-aged girls are in school, the free education provided by the Zabuli Education Center is invaluable.

This Gift That Gives Moreā„¢ helps send a young Afghan girl to school.

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