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A cost we can’t afford: The human and economic costs of malnutrition and how India can end this scourge

Sue talks about eradicating malnutrition from India, and also discusses the adverse effects of malnutrition on the future of children. India is home to the most number of stunted children, and those who survive such health problems face a different set of difficulties in their adulthood. She also refers to when Bill Gates had stated that if he had a magic wand and could solve any problem, he would solve the problem of malnutrition.

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This #GivingTuesday, give the gift of good health and education

On #GivingTuesday – a day of donating and volunteering to kick off the holiday season – we wanted to share a few organizations that inspire us and our work.

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Working toward Universal Immunization: John Snow, Inc (JSI)

For the past four years, John Snow, Inc (JSI) has worked to develop an innovative, sustainable model—Universal Immunization Through Improving Family Health Services (UI-FHS)—that empowers health workers and communities to solve problems locally to reach every child with vaccines. To date, the achievements of the JSI team and its Ethiopian government counterparts are the result of a collaborative effort—and they reflect the catalytic impact grantees like JSI can have on the health of hard-to-reach communities.

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Effective, Affordable Preschool: Expanding Early Learning

Because pre-K is so important to creating a lifelong benefits, we are passionate about expanding opportunities for young children to access high-quality, effective and affordable preschool education.

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We Must End Global Disparities for Mothers and Children

Save the Children's State of the World's Mothers report underscores geographic disparities in vaccine availability.

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