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Moms join UN Foundation to promote child vaccines

The Shot@Life campaign of the United Nations Foundation recently brought 120 American parents to Washington, D.C., to meet with lawmakers. The parents, nearly all mothers, promoted vaccine access for children in the developing world and learned how to better create awareness of the issue in their communities. Matters blog (2/15) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story

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"Today's map of the day comes from Children's Chances. ... As you can see, there are dozens of countries in which girls are permitted to marry at a younger age than boys."

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