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100 Posts of 100 Words for Save The Children

Save The Children #Healthworkers



  • After a tweet from Blue  Bear Wood , I have taken up the challenge that she sent me, to write a post of at least 100 words for Save The Children.
I don’t have a great healthcare story to tell, but I do agree with the support needed cross our globe.  In our modern world, some children in the UK suffer as much as some children do in Countries overseas.  That doesn’t mean that we should ignore either of them, and although it is more fashionable to support overseas causes, there are reasons that we all need to be seen to support them.

The vaccination programme what we take for granted in our country is one of the main reasons that our children thrive so much.    In our country, the problems arise from non vaccination choices by uninformed parents, but overseas, the choice in most cases, is simply not there.
  • On Tuesday 20th September, blogger Chris Mosler, will attend the UN General Assembly in New York with Liz Scarff  from Save the Children.
  • They intent to try and secure the support of our Prime Minister, David Cameron, to play his full part in solving the health worker crisis.
  • The target is 60,000 signatures on a petition by Tuesday.    As I write this, the petition stands at 41,946.    Can you help increase the total?
  • Sign the petition here:  sign the petition

The challenge set by @HelloItsGemma to see 100 posts of 100 words linked up by Tuesday.

Write your 100 words about a great health professional you have encountered in your life. Add a link to the petition and either link or add in some information from Save the Children about the #Healthworkers. Link up here

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6 thoughts on “100 Posts of 100 Words for Save The Children

  1. Thank you so much for joining in. Save the Children are campaigning in the UK too and have many projects supporting children here as well as abroad. The Healthworkers campaign is for children and their communities worldwide. I’m so pleased you added your voice to the call!

    1. You’re welcome Chris. I wish I had met you earlier this year, but there is always next year !!!

  2. perfect post, just sums it all up – thanks X

  3. Such a worthwhile cause. I think we take far too much for granted here too.

  4. Fab to see you joining in 🙂

    1. Thanks hon, nice to see you.

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