Investments in infrastructure means investment in children.Read More
Any infrastructure plan that ignores the needs of children is a failed plan.Read More
Not a day goes by that my Inbox doesn't have a story about human suffering in some corner of the world; droughts in northern Africa, refugees fleeing civil war, children dying from HIV and other preventable diseases, hunger and malnutrition taking a toll on one third of the world's populace. In each case, human need dwarfs the international community's willingness or capacity to respond.Read More
While most people expect the face of child poverty to be African or Asian, child poverty is a global phenomenon that doesn't exempt any race or country.Read More
The extent of child poverty in America is one of our closely guarded secrets.
The world's richest country and largest economy is the second highest in child poverty among the 35 most developed countries, we rank 34th, just above Romania.Read More