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“Hundreds of thousands of Senegalese children, mostly from poor rural areas, have been sent by their parents to town, ostensibly for an education. Most often, their parents cannot afford to pay for their food or education. The result is that boys are forced to beg to raise money for their teachers.” More at https://www.globalfundforchildren.org/route-out-of-begging-for-senegal-children/

“Hundreds of thousands of Senegalese children, mostly from poor rural areas, have been sent by their parents to town, ostensibly for an education. Most often, their parents cannot afford to pay for their food or education. The result is that boys are forced to beg to raise money for their teachers.” More at https://www.globalfundforchildren.org/route-out-of-begging-for-senegal-children/

“Hundreds of thousands of Senegalese children, mostly from poor rural areas, have been sent by their parents to town, ostensibly for an education. Most often, their parents cannot afford to pay for their food or education. The result is that boys are forced to beg to raise money for their teachers.” Full story: https://www.globalfundforchildren.org/route-out-of-begging-for-senegal-children/ Photo credit: Financial Times #FTappeal

“Hundreds of thousands of Senegalese children, mostly from poor rural areas, have been sent by their parents to town, ostensibly for an education. Most often, their parents cannot afford to pay for their food or education. The result is that boys are forced to beg to raise money for their teachers.” Full story: https://www.globalfundforchildren.org/route-out-of-begging-for-senegal-children/ Photo credit: Financial Times #FTappeal

From Jail to Daycare: Prisoners Assistance Nepal runs a daycare center for children aged 1 to 6 who live with their incarcerated mothers in the district prison in Kathmandu. The daycare provides the children with a healthy and safe environment during the day while helping them maintain bonds with their family members. Learn more: http://www.globalfundforchildren.org/financialtimes

From Jail to Daycare: Prisoners Assistance Nepal runs a daycare center for children aged 1 to 6 who live with their incarcerated mothers in the district prison in Kathmandu. The daycare provides the children with a healthy and safe environment during the day while helping them maintain bonds with their family members. Learn more: http://www.globalfundforchildren.org/financialtimes

Hi, Pinners! We're raising funds for grassroots groups that are transforming children's lives all over the world, including Li Li Li in Haiti (pictured). We're at 97.8% of our fundraising goal! But time is short-- this appeal ends TONIGHT (January 31). Make a donation today before midnight and it will be matched dollar for dollar. Can we count on you? http://www.globalfundforchildren.org/financialtimes

Hi, Pinners! We're raising funds for grassroots groups that are transforming children's lives all over the world, including Li Li Li in Haiti (pictured). We're at 97.8% of our fundraising goal! But time is short-- this appeal ends TONIGHT (January 31). Make a donation today before midnight and it will be matched dollar for dollar. Can we count on you? http://www.globalfundforchildren.org/financialtimes

“A dozen or more children listen, their faces rapt, as local reader Sophia Remy tells them a story in Creole. The boys and girls peer at the picture book Remy holds in front of them, as she recounts a tale of a walrus with a sore tooth. “Li, li, li!” she declares, the Creole for “read, read, read”. “La, la, la!” they respond with enthusiastic shouts.” http://www.globalfundforchildren/financialtimes Photo credit: Financial Times #FTappeal

“A dozen or more children listen, their faces rapt, as local reader Sophia Remy tells them a story in Creole. The boys and girls peer at the picture book Remy holds in front of them, as she recounts a tale of a walrus with a sore tooth. “Li, li, li!” she declares, the Creole for “read, read, read”. “La, la, la!” they respond with enthusiastic shouts.” http://www.globalfundforchildren/financialtimes Photo credit: Financial Times #FTappeal

AMAZING! The numbers are in... the Financial Times Seasonal Appeal raised $4,890,000 for The Global Fund for Children! Thanks to the FT, our appeal sponsors and all the donors who helped us EXCEED our fundraising goal!

AMAZING! The numbers are in... the Financial Times Seasonal Appeal raised $4,890,000 for The Global Fund for Children! Thanks to the FT, our appeal sponsors and all the donors who helped us EXCEED our fundraising goal!

Homegrown Hero: Daniel Tillias returned to the Haiti slum where he grew up to form Sakala, a sports center and sanctuary for young people with no other place to go. Read more about Daniel and his organization: https://www.globalfundforchildren.org/light-in-darkness-of-cite-soleil/

Homegrown Hero: Daniel Tillias returned to the Haiti slum where he grew up to form Sakala, a sports center and sanctuary for young people with no other place to go. Read more about Daniel and his organization: https://www.globalfundforchildren.org/light-in-darkness-of-cite-soleil/

From Problem to Possibility: Flooding during the monsoon season often prevented children in rural Bangladesh from attending school. To overcome the challenge, Shidulai Swanirvar Sangstha created solar-powered boat schools to serve children in remote village affected by the floods. Learn more: http://www.globalfundforchildren.org/financialtimes

From Problem to Possibility: Flooding during the monsoon season often prevented children in rural Bangladesh from attending school. To overcome the challenge, Shidulai Swanirvar Sangstha created solar-powered boat schools to serve children in remote village affected by the floods. Learn more: http://www.globalfundforchildren.org/financialtimes

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