Save The Children : Children

1547 Words Nov 4th, 2015 7 Pages
Save the Children
I. Introduction
II. History
III. Programs A. Health and Nutrition
1. Healthcare limitations, malnutrition, feeding
2. Food availability, low cost food, goat centers
3. Maryns’ Milk
B. HIV/AIDS
1. Vulnerable, violence, crimes
2. Orphans, prevention, service and care
3. Joyful Joylet
C. Child Protection
1. Terrorist, poverty, crimes
2. Vulnerable, safe, suspicion
3. Alimas’ fight

IV. Conclusion

Millions of children are in need, and Save the Children, a non-profit organization supports those in need. “Save the Children invest in childhood every day, in times of crisis and for our future. In the United States and around the world, we give children a healthy start, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm” (SaveTheChildren/mission). Since 1919, Save the Children has been there for children in emergencies, crisis, and hunger. Save the Children has heart stopping programs such as Health and Nutrition, HIVS/AIDS, Child Protection (SaveTheChildren/What_we_do). Every child deserves to have a healthy, happy, safe life and donations to Save the Children are making it possible. In 1919 Eglantyne Jebb started a British campaign for suffering children from World War I. “The only international language in the world is a child’s cry” said Eglantyne Jebb. She unfortunately got arrested for handing out disturbing pamphlets that featured a starving Australian baby. Then Save the Children was born, helping children in America by supplying hot…
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