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Kiwanis Magazine June 2013

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  • A heart for the neglected

    Jan 12, 2016
    A child’s gift to visiting Kiwanians: her smile.
    A child’s gift to visiting Kiwanians: her smile.

    In the Himalayan nation of Nepal, floods, landslides, fires, hailstorms, drought, famine ...
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  • Eliminating tetanus in Chad

    Dec 22, 2015
    Midwife Roseline Tallot may be soft-spoken, but she’s fiercely passionate about her work protecting women and children from tetanus and other preventable diseases. © UNICEF Chad/2015/Manuel Moreno Gonzalez
    Midwife Roseline Tallot may be soft spoken, but she’s fiercely passionate about her work protecting women and children from tetanus ...
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  • Unexpected hope

    Dec 14, 2015
    Up through the age of seven, Carmen Cecilia Ulloa crawled on her hands and knees to get around. Now, with help from Ecuador Kiwanians and their medical partners, the teenager can look forward to the day when she will walk ... and dance.

    Three teenage girls, their homework finished and set aside, head for the beach. Angie Bone and Mariuxi Palacios walk with ...
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  • Get your motor runnin’

    Dec 14, 2015
    A procession of cyclists heads out for a cruise through scenic southwestern Kentucky.

    “Kickstands up!” calls David Bergman, before the motorbike convoy departs on a day journey to raise funds for playground builds. ...
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  • One ordinary day

    Dec 14, 2015
    On any ordinary day, flying kites is precisely the right medicine for kids who are HIV positive.

    Kite flying is not on a list of medical protocols to treat kids who are HIV positive.
    What it does ...
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