Blog: Global Health

Giving Every Child A Shot At Life

By Elizabeth Gore
April 26, 2012

At age 34, shortly after reaching the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, l decided that I’d had enough excitement and was ready to start a family. Eight months ago, my little girl was born. Little did I know she would be my greatest adventure.

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Join Me in Giving Children a Shot@Life

By Ted Turner
April 26, 2012

Mother’s Day should be a happy time. But for a mother whose child died from pneumonia, this Mother’s Day will be a tragic reminder of everything she’s lost. With a simple vaccine, this all-too-common tragedy can be prevented…for millions of mothers and their children. But we need your help to make a difference.

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A Shaq Attack on Malaria

By Chrysula Winegar
April 25, 2012

NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal has joined forces with the United Nations Secretary General, Ban-Ki Moon to call us to attention this World Malaria Day. Why? Because Malaria still kills a child every minute. Every minute of every day.

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World Malaria Day

By Richard Branson
April 25, 2012

I’m on my way to Washington for an event on impact investing with Hillary Clinton and have been looking at a note about today also being World Malaria Day.

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Your Silly Shot Could Give a Child a Shot@Life

By Elise Glaum
April 17, 2012

Hey moms and dads – check out the “Here’s to More!” Shot@Life contest on the BabyCenter Community! Help give children around the world a shot at more firsts by designing a t-shirt for Shot@Life, a new campaign from the United Nation’s Foundation that helps provide children in developing countries with life-saving vaccines.

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Why Contraception? Why Now?

By Melinda Gates
April 5, 2012

More than 1 billion people currently use birth control. For the most part, they do it without hesitation. They do it because they want the power to plan their own lives—and to raise healthy, happy families when they are ready to do so.

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