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10 Aug 2012 - To mark the end of the London 2012 Olympics, Prime Minister David Cameron will host a hunger summit on the 12th August. There, he will seek to kick-start a joint effort to address hunger and malnutrition across the world. This follows reports that a new global target to reduce the number of stunted children by 70 million by 2025 has been agreed by the World Health Assembly.
03 Aug 2012 - EveryChild and the partner organisations we work with know that the very best place for a child to grow up is in a safe and loving family. Whenever we support vulnerable children, we are aiming to get them back into the family environment they belong in. However, we are realistic about the problems many families face in staying together, which is why we support whole communities.
09 Jul 2012 - Lack of adequate care and protection can have severe consequences says EveryChild Chief Executive Anna Feuchtwang.
04 Jul 2012 - To mark our recent 10th anniversary, EveryChild presented 10 for 10 awards to 10 inspiring individuals and organisations working to improve the lives of vulnerable children across the world. At just 15, courageous Nandhini was our youngest award winner.
29 Jun 2012 - In 1996, global leaders agreed on Millennium Development Goals to improve the lives of the world’s poorest people by 2015. Central to these goals were halving extreme poverty and ensuring universal primary school education for all. As we approach the 2015 deadline, new goals are to be set and the UK government can help shape decisions that will change thousands of lives.
31 May 2012 - Forget Facebook, mobile phones and even friends, family is the one thing we just can’t live without, says the British public. In fact, they’re so important to us, 80% are planning to spend the upcoming Diamond Jubilee with family. Even though they’re the most annoying people in our lives.
23 May 2012 - There are 24 million children worldwide growing up without the safety or care of a family. That’s 24million children growing up alone, more at risk of violence and exploitation. 24 million children who are neglected and forgotten. EveryChild is working tirelessly to change the world for these children by getting them back into safe, caring families. But we can’t do it alone. This is why EveryChild is calling on politicians, decision-makers and the public to take action and ensure UN’s new development goals prioritise the world’s most vulnerable children.
22 May 2012 - On Monday 21st March EveryChild hosted a very special lunch at the Lansdowne Club in London to honour our ‘10 for 10’. The lunch saw visitors from Moldova, Russia, Ethiopia, Malawi and India meet with EveryChild staff and supporters, and a very special showbiz couple, to share stories and experiences of working with and supporting children without parental care.
16 May 2012 - EveryChild made a visit to Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School on Wednesday 16th May as part of our 10th anniversary celebrations and to say thank you to pupils for raising £2,000 in support of children without parental care around the world.
15 May 2012 - On the 15th May 6 of our visitors helped us mark the International Day of Families by delivering letters to David Cameron. We asked that the 24 million children across the world currently living without parental care are considered in the UN’s new development goals.
14 May 2012 - EveryChild was born out of the successes and experiences of two like-minded organisations working to change the lives of vulnerable children across the world. These organisations merged ten years ago and over the next two weeks EveryChild and our supporters will be celebrating this very special anniversary.