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This #GivingTuesday we’re stocking clinics in conflict zones that will save kid’s lives.

In Myanmar, 1 in every 7 kids will die before their fifth birthday. Because the death of any child from preventable disease is unacceptable, we’re accepting the challenge to fund 7 clinics in areas where decades of war have left thousands of kids without access to health care.

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A generous friend of Partners is matching all donations up to $30,000 today! So your gift can have twice the impact!

Get ready to save kids lives this #GivingTuesday!

If you have any doubt about what kind of impact your donation will have this #GivingTuesday, watch this video.

How are we going to make this happen?

Providing access to treatment.

We’ll give remote communities better access to treatment by stocking seven clinics in rural areas of eastern Myanmar with medicines needed to treat sick kids and reduce the incidence of preventable diseases.

Educating for prevention.

We’ll train health workers who’ll travel to remote villages for patients visits and to provide education on sanitation, maternal health, malaria control and other important health topics aimed at preventing illness.

Treat 50
Children
$50
Provide a clinic with the medicine it needs to treat 50 kids suffering from preventable illnesses. Give Now
Train A
Health Worker
$470
Train a local health worker who will conduct patient visits and community health education. Give Now
Fully Fund
A Clinic
$4,750
Provide everything a rural clinic needs to be able to reduce infant mortality rates. Give Now

“I am really thankful to the health workers in the clinic. It is really helpful for my family.”

When Kyaw Htee Ker’s wife passed away, he suddenly found himself left with three young children to care for on his own. “My youngest was only one and three months and was still breastfeeding.” With a sick baby and unable to afford formula, he walked 4 hours to Noh Yoe Hta Clinic for treatment. The health workers gave him a supply of formula as well as medicine to treat his son, ensuring one tragedy did not grow into another.

Let’s get kids in conflict areas better access to health care.

Because we want to see more of them making it to their fifth birthday and experiencing the free, full lives God wants for them this #GivingTuesday.

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