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Together we can make a difference.
Raise Awareness About South Sudan
In December 2013, a civil war erupted in South Sudan due to a falling-out between President Salva Kiir and his deputy, Riek Machar. Each is from a different ethnic group which had led to fighting along sectarian lines and a humanitarian catastrophe that continues today. Many remain unaware of this crisis because it doesn’t get the news coverage it deserves.
Help Save Africa’s Rhinos From Extinction
More than 1,200 rhinos were killed by poachers in South Africa alone in 2014. Demand for rhino horn, primarily in Asian countries, for so-called medicinal purposes is moving the species toward extinction. Do your part to help save the rhino.
Stand with Girls Pursuing Their Education
In Nigeria 276 girls remain missing after being abducted from their school by the terror group Boko Haram.
The girls were taken because they were pursuing their education – a reminder to us all of the many obstacles related to culture and tradition that girls in many parts of the world must overcome to improve their lives.
Help Save Africa’s Elephants From Extinction
More than 20,000 African elephants were killed in 2014 due to poaching and the number could rise if we don’t act now. The main cause? A growing Chinese middle class that covets hand-crafted ivory objects. If left unchecked we could see the extinction of the African elephant in ten years.
Stand with Communities Saying NO to Female Genital Cutting
For many girls in Sub Saharan Africa, female genital cutting, or FGC, is a right-of- passage they must endure to be accepted by society. The tradition involves the removal of a girl’s external genitals. In extreme cases it can lead to hemorrhaging and death. Stand with communities saying NO to this dangerous practice.
Support Clean Water for Everyone
We think that everyone should be able to get a clean glass of water, take a shower, and use a toilet. But more than 768 million people cannot, and almost half of them live in Africa. Join our supporters who agree that everyone deserves clean water.