ope体育足彩Coronavirus—the biggest global health crisis of our lifetime—threatens children in every way.
COVID-19 has already left many children without caregivers, out of school and exposed to violence and exploitation.
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- $50 – can keep 10 out-of-school children from going hungry during a pandemic
- $150 – can provide 75 face masks to protect health workers on the front lines of COVID-19
- $200 – can equip 40 frontline health workers with protective medical gowns
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Tips for Talking with Children About Racism and Social Justice
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Food Insecurity in America Is Cutting Childhoods Short
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6 Ways We’re Responding to COVID-19 Around the World
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