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Mom Bloggers for Social Good Group

Launched in January 2012 Mom Bloggers for Social Good (our sister site) is a global coalition of 2000+ mom bloggers who currently span sixteen countries and who care about spreading the good news about the amazing work non-profit organizations and NGOs are doing around the world. 

 

Here we will discuss important global issues and how you can be a part of solving them.

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20 Key Tweets from the #AIDS2014 Conference

Through July 25, the 2014 International AIDS Conference (IAC) conference is taking place in Melbourne, Australia. With over 14,000 delegates, including experts, religious leaders, scientists, writers, and staunch HIV/AIDS advocates in attendance, the #AIDS2014 conference in the yearly gathering of the minds who stand on the global forefront of the HIV/AIDS conversation. In light of last […]

7th Annual Camp Launches for Children Whose Loved Ones Are Victims of Extreme Violence

When we see photos in the news of families who are victims of extreme violence or war most of us don’t stop to think about the tragic effect on children. Entire families are often adversely affected by the perils of war and violence. Some children lose their parents and other loved ones. How are they […]

Save the Date: Our Twitter Chat About #ChildHealth #MDG4 on August 18

August 18, 2014 marks 500 days to reach the Millennium Development Goals, the set of goals signed into action in September 2000 to reduce extreme poverty in a variety of topic areas from eradicating poverty to ensuring environmental sustainability. MDG 4, or reduce child mortality, laid out a concrete goal to reduce child mortality by […]

Photos from the Field: Expectant Mother Seeks Help in “Lie and Wait” House #Ethiopia

Expectant woman, Ayelech Fikadu, and her mother, Zarge Badunga sit in a “lie and wait” house at Project Mercy outside of Butajira, Ethiopia. The house was recently renovated by USAID and Pathfinder. Butajira is located in Ethiopia’s southern highlands where many live in the mountains. Women who live in the mountains have a difficult time […]

Photo From the Field: Nine-Day-Old Newborn

This woman in Mosebo village, 43 kilometers from Bahir Dar, Ethiopia, holds her nine-day-old baby and quickly quiets him by breastfeeding him in her home. Save the Children is working diligently with the Ethiopian Federal Government to properly train health extension workers and provide continuing education for the workers to help save the lives of vulnerable newborns. […]

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