What I would wish were true for every child every where is access to health and safety. If a child is exposed to infectious diseases or war or violence or displacement — they’re caught. They’re stunted. But if a child has access to health and safety, they can thrive. They can discover who they are and really choose any path in life.
This story is part of the 4th annual Global Moms Relay, our campaign to raise money and awareness of the issues that impact families around the world. The 2016 campaign has ended, but you can continue to take action by joining our community.
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