Quote of the day

Prayer is not asking. It is a longing of the soul. It is daily admission of one's weakness. It is better in prayer to have a heart without words than words without a heart. Mahatma Gandhi


Children health is at stake this World Health Day. Save the Children.


Today is World Health Day, and we want to take a moment to talk about a serious global health problem that poses an urgent threat to at-risk children and communities: Currently, the world’s richest countries have secured 70% of the COVID-19 vaccine supply, leaving millions without access.

To truly end this devastating pandemic, we MUST address the vaccine equity gap.

Continued COVID-19 vaccine inequity poses an urgent threat to vulnerable children and communities. This World Health Day, we are urging world leaders and the global health community to immediately commit to making vaccine equity a priority.

Godisable, thank you for learning more about this critical issue today and for supporting the world’s most vulnerable children throughout this challenging time. You’re making lifelong change possible.

Save the Children

The pandemic continues to worsen the needs of children who were already facing unimaginable hardships, making your support as urgently needed as ever. Please, if you can, will you make a World Health Day donation today to help vulnerable children grow up healthy, educated and safe from harm?

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What will it take to equitably distribute the COVID-19 vaccine globally? A comprehensive global response - with bold action, transparency and accountability from ALL world leaders and vaccine distributors. Fully funding COVAX - a global collaboration to accelerate vaccine distribution. Ending vaccine nationalism from high-income countries. Prioritizing children's health by providing other lifesaving immunizations and health services.


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