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The Global Water Crisis
The global water crisis isn't just happening in remote, sparsely-populated pockets of the globe. No, we're talking about China, Spain, and the United States of America »
Selma recounts Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s historic march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama and the eventual signing the Voting Rights Act of 1965. »
Health workers are at the core of health systems everywhere, diagnosing and treating diseases, educating and caring for patients, and developing and implementing policies and strategies to combat disease. Funding for community-based health care workers is desperately needed to spread not only healing, but hope.
This Gift That Gives More™ funds the monthly salary for a trained health worker to provide community-based care in Rwanda or Haiti through Partners In Health.
According to the Water Poverty Index, Haiti ranks last in the world for access to fresh water.
If Haiti had access to clean water, the epidemic that claimed 6,000 lives might have been avoided. The epidemic highlights the dire need for the international community's participation in helping Haiti recover.
War, famine, poverty, inequality, these are part of our daily realities. What can we do to stand up against the onslaught of negativity?
Quite a bit, actually, as this video proves. No act of kindness, no matter how small or big, really goes unnoticed.