Wednesday, September 28, 2011

A Day in the Life: Protecting Vulnerable Kids in East Africa

A Day in the Life:
Protecting Vulnerable Kids in East Africa 
Save the Children Relief Worker Protects Vulnerable Kids in Drought-Stricken East Africa
Save the Children's Amy Richmond (right), protects vulnerable kids,
hungry and alone, in East Africa.
What's it really like in East Africa? Who are the relief workers? What do they do? How do they cope?

If you really want to know... Follow a day in the life of Save the Children's Amy Richmond, Child Protection Advisor. Amy works every day feeding hungry kids and protecting the vulnerable – those who are alone, lost, abandoned or orphaned – in the refugee camps of Dollo Ado, Ethiopia.
I wake up every morning with the sun. ... First stop is reception camp where dozens, sometimes hundreds, of children arrive each day. As soon as they're registered, they're rushed into a Save the Children feeding center ...

Your support lets Save the Children relief workers, like Amy, help East Africa's vulnerable children, hungry and alone. With more support, we can help so many more...

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