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Outreach on the outskirts
On a recent visit to Madagascar, Kiwanis donors and leaders were introduced to UNICEF programs throughout the country, including those focused on medical, education and sanitation issues.
They met mothers. Children. Families. They heard about the problems these families face: Extreme poverty. Chronic malnutrition in children, especially those 5 years of age and younger. Lack of education. Lack of resources. Lack of access to clean water.
They also met health-care workers. Some who are paid. Some who volunteer their time to make a difference. And most of whom have tales of traveling hours and hours to reach families in the farthest reaches of this island nation.
And maybe most memorably, they met countless healthy moms and babies who are receiving health care,
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