Knowledge means power for maternal and child health
Before 2010, women in Luc Binh commune gave birth at home without the assistance of any trained doctors or healthcare staff. Nor did they have access to postpartum checkups. In addition, low community awareness on issues such as child nutrition meant many mothers only breastfed for the first three months, and weaned their newborns with rice soup after that. As a result, the malnutrition rate for children under five was over 13% in 2010.
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DHL partners ChildFund to enable children and youth in Japan to play, learn and grow through rugby
25 March 2019, Japan: Child and youth-focused aid agency ChildFund and  DHL Express, the world’s leading international express service provider, have announced a new partnership to provide more opportunities for children in Asia to learn valuable life skills through rugby.
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Using sport to keep girls and women safe
When you watch Serena Williams play on the court, you can’t help but be engulfed by a power and determination so fierce that any ounce of doubt you ever had about the tennis star slips into oblivion.
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