Lami Mahamadou is a 35-year-old mother of six. She had everything in life.
Celebrating the World’s Children
CARE celebrates children by helping protect their rights and seeing that they get the nutrition, education and care they need to grow up healthy and strong.
Help Her Look Forward to a Brighter Future
Marriage is a time for celebration and joy – unless you are one of the 67 million girls around the world forced into marriage before the age of 18.
Children & Poverty
One billion children in the world are deprived of at least one basic necessity of life, such as food, clean water, shelter or healthcare. That means that instead of running, laughing and playing with friends, these children spend their formative years struggling to survive.
Poverty affects every aspect of children’s lives. It limits their opportunities for education, puts them at risk for health problems and increases the likelihood that they’ll be subjected to child labor or early marriage. Chances are they are hungry and at risk for malnutrition, underdevelopment and stunting, which can have serious health consequences later in life.
By striking at both causes and consequences of poverty, CARE gives kids everywhere a chance for a brighter future. Join us in helping children survive – and thrive!
Ask your members of Congress to support the Education for All Act today!