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This baby boy is waiting to be measured at an integrated health post in Botona’ai Village, Indonesia, where CWS has provided training and information on health, nutrition and care practices.  Photo: Ilmi Suminar/CWS

Child Survival Summit: ‘The world is watching us’
At last week’s Washington, D.C., “Child Survival Call to Action” summit, some 57 countries committed to ending preventable child deaths. Now, notes CWS, “by our mutual agreement, we will be held accountable.” Learn more.

Arizona’s SB 1070 anti-immigrant law tempered
By rejecting the majority of Arizona’s SB 1070 provisions, the U.S. Supreme Court “sent a strong warning to states considering such laws that they are contrary to this nation’s values,” said CWS CEO John L. McCullough. But was the recent ruling enough?

CWS at work: resettling refugees
In the last fiscal year, CWS resettled 1 in 10 refugees to the U.S. See why this program is critical.


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