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Winter 2007

Winter 2006 NewsletterFeatures:
  • Warm and at Peace New clothing makes a child feel good—inside and out.

  • Crowning New Champions Donated clothing is a winner for children around the world.

  • ‘Dear Aunt Barbara’ A special relationship develops across the miles.

Autumn 2007

Winter 2006 NewsletterFeatures:
  • “A Good Man” in Congo — Cassava improves Samuel’s life.

  • Dreaming of a Better Future Land restoration helps children stay in school.

  • Trees of Life Moringa trees help fight malnutrition in Mali.

Summer 2007

Summer 2006 Newsletter

Features:
  • A Clean Start Borehole wells revive communities.

  • No More Potatoes and Porridge A food distribution in drought-affected China generates excitement.


Hard to Get Water scarcity hits children hard.

Spring 2007

Spring 2006 NewsletterFeatures:
  • Food For ThoughtA World Vision program helps Afghan girls go to school.

  • Getting Past Grief World Vision helps widows support their children.

  • The Way Back to Hope A young woman heals from sexual exploitation.

Winter 2006

Winter 2006 NewsletterFeatures:
  • Something to Smile About — Life-saving treatment beats malaria.

  • From Chicago with Love Donors provide a top AIDS clinic for Zambia.

  • Fashioned for Success Homeless women take to the catwalk.

Summer 2006

Summer 2006 NewsletterFeatures:
  • Crying Without Tears A food crisis imperils tiny lives.

  • Faces of Hunger "My biggest wish is to see my children fat and happy," Maria says.

  • How to Fight Poverty The Millennium Development Goals focus on world problems we can no longer ignore.

Spring 2006

Spring 2006 NewsletterFeatures:
  • Cold Comfort — Families in Pakistan try to keep Winter at bay

  • After the Tsunami — A measure of success after the tragedy.

  • Food Brings Relief — Hunger abated for war-scarred Uganda.
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