[Photos] Diarrhea Interventions That Work in Low Resource Settings

Did you know that diarrhea kills 2,195 children every day more than AIDS, malaria, and measles combined? What’s so disheartening about this statistic is the deaths from diarrhea for children under the age of five are easily prevented by increased breastfeeding, the rotavirus vaccine, and improved sanitation and hygiene and access to clean water. There are, however, innovative interventions that have been created to treat … Continue reading [Photos] Diarrhea Interventions That Work in Low Resource Settings

New Partner Announcement – Shot at Life

Did you know 1.7 million children in developing nations will die this year because they don’t have access to life-saving vaccines? How can this be changed, you ask? Lives can be saved by simply administering vaccines to children who are most vulnerable to life-threatening diseases like malaria, pneumonia, diarrhea, and polio. It’s that easy. I am happy to announce that we have partnered with Shot at … Continue reading New Partner Announcement – Shot at Life

Interviewing Peg Willingham, Shot at Life’s Executive Director

In many developing nations children are born with a distinct disadvantage: the risk of dying from pneumonia or diarrhea, the two leading causes of death for children in the third world. If these children are fortunate enough to escape the grip of those two infectious diseases they may come down with malaria or measles, or be crippled by polio. Young lives teeter between life and … Continue reading Interviewing Peg Willingham, Shot at Life’s Executive Director