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"This is not just about putting a roof over their heads but helping them find a place to call home.”
Nearly one-third of girls in Guatemala are married by 18.
700,000 tons of clothes are thrown away each year in France.
In November 2009, the UN General Assembly declared 18 July “Nelson Mandela International Day” in recognition of the former South African President’s contribution to the culture of peace and freedom.
Apart from being the cuddliest members of our family, pets are all kinds of good for us.
World Breastfeeding Week begins each year on the 1st August and runs right through until the 7th.
For many new parents, listening to their baby cry is a stressful occurrence. For others, it’s a rare blessing, and for deaf parents, hearing an infant’s vocalizations isn’t something they’re able to take for granted, it’s a rare occurrence.
As Japan has made huge strides to overcome a pollution crisis, the host country wants to spread their green efforts on a global stage.
It will ban plastic bags, utensils, containers, and more.
A significant drop in infant deaths inspired calls for a worldwide movement.
Following new legislation passed in Idaho and Utah, breastfeeding your baby anywhere is protected by law.
Instead of letting his students trek three kilometers through the forest, this Indian teacher raised money to buy a bus and drive them to and from school every day.
Human trafficking takes many forms. Human traffickers too often operate with impunity, with their crimes receiving not nearly enough attention.
The project began as a way for a group of young volunteers to celebrate the holy month of Ramadan by dedicating their time to serving iftar (breakfast) for fasters in need of a good meal.
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