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ChildFund International

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Global Health
Helping deprived, excluded and vulnerable children have the capacity to become young adults and leaders who bring lasting and positive change to their communities.




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Health and wellness looks different in every country and on every continent. What some may regard as a right in one country, is inaccessible or scarce in another. Global health represents the environments that affect physical, social and mental well-being for all humans.

Charity Photos

  • Title: Water Needs
  • Charity: ChildFund International
  • Country: Indonesia
  • Photo Credit: Oscar Siagian

  • Title: Sponsored Children at School
  • Charity: ChildFund International
  • Country: Indonesia
  • Photo Credit: Jake Lyell

  • Title: School Supported by ChildFund
  • Charity: ChildFund International
  • Country: The Gambia
  • Photo Credit: Jake Lyell

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Charity Impact

Fanta (39) attends a monthly growth monitoring session and nutritional seminar with her daughter, Salimata (8 months). Salimata used to experience moderate malnutrition but has gained weight since she started attending the sessions and seminars. “She was not sick, but she was very skinny. She was suffering from malnutrition. Now, since I started giving her this flour her weight has improved. God’s will was done. Her weight has really improved,” says Fanta. ChildFund’s nutritional outreach program in the city of Ziguinchor, Senegal, starts with an invite for community mothers with children ages 5 and under to attend a nutritional seminar and growth monitoring session. Here, in the lower-income parts of the city, parents are constantly busy with odd jobs to keep up with high rent and food prices. Inflation has been especially hard on families in Senegal, a country that imports about 70% of its food. Thus, parents often look…