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Fighting childhood labor in Uruguay

"It was really important for me to have the chance to talk to the President and feel that he listened to what we said." Photo: CWS

Uruguayan children have a voice in child labor discussions
A participant in the CWS-supported Gurises Unidos in Montevideo, Uruguay, 14-year-old Mathias was one of 350 Uruguayan youths who gave input for recommendations on child labor issues, which were presented to Uruguay’s president, Jose Mujica. Read more.

‘One community’s future is another community’s present’
Fifty-five men, women and youth from Kiia village in Mwingi District, Kenya, feel empowered despite long-term challenges in providing food and income for their families. But peer learning and CWS support are changing the equation.

Has gift-giving got your goat?
See what Sheinita Hawkins thought when her husband found her a most unusual gift, and find more gifts here for the special someone in your life.


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