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A Hungry Woman in the Sahel

Help the Sahel

The Sahel's nations need structural development to help them build conflict-resilient communities in the form of agricultural productivity initiatives, access to food and water, and drought preparation.

Ask USAID to explore the causes of unrest and create sustainable solutions for the Sahel.

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Diapers for U.S. Babies in Need

Help U.S. Babies

Help a baby experiencing diaper-need remain clean, dry, and healthy.

The National Diaper Bank's network of more than 230 member diaper banks help address diaper-need by collecting, storing, and distributing free diapers to families experiencing financial hardship.

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Pay a Health Worker's Salary

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 Moreā„¢ funds the monthly salary for a trained health worker to provide community-based care in Rwanda or Haiti through Partners In Health.

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Bring Clean Water to Haiti

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.

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These 10 Moments Just Might Restore Your Faith in Our Species

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.

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Feed the Hungry - $35 Million Celebration
Meet Jean Kerry. This six-year-old is a student at the Lekòl Kominoté Maténwa school in the impoverished country of Haiti. Thanks to a grant from GreaterGood, he and his fellow students receive at least one egg every morning which helps fight malnutrition and provides vital protein to the students' diet.

This Gift That Gives More makes it possible to keep children like Jean from going hungry by fighting food scarcity around the globe every day.

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