Youth empowerment has created agents of change and social transformation in this Jaipur community. These young adults advocate for kids and families!
You don’t need to be a professional lobbyist to make a difference. Here are four steps that will have you meeting with Congress in no time.
“Being willing to share your story and the stories of many people around the world is such a privilege and something you want to be a part of.”
Summer is the time to encourage your legislators to fight global poverty and influence the lives of kids around the world.
There’s someone we want you to meet this summer. We think you have some things in common – you both care about doing good in the world, are likely a person of faith, work with the best intentions, and love your family. Together, we believe you two can positively influence the lives of kids impacted … Read More
It doesn’t matter where you live — simply raising your voice through advocacy can make an impact whether you live in rural Uganda or in the United States. Learn how one community in Uganda advocated for better health and how you can join them by advocating for the re-introduction of the Reach Every Mother and … Read More
To celebrate Universal Children’s Day (November 20th) we want to acknowledge our wonderful Citizen Voice in Action volunteers in the Philippines. Universal Children’s Day brings awareness to the needs of children and what better way to recognize that than celebrating advocates who want to help children reach their full potential?
By Lanelyn Carillo “Don’t do it. You are wasting your time,” is the advice of child reporters Rheyalene, 13, Mark, 16, and Jason, 15, from Palawan to all children and youth who are members of fraternities or sororities and to those who are still thinking of joining. The three children are anchors in the afternoon radio program “Usap Bata,” … Read More
By Nicky Benn “The trend now because of civic awareness is that the community are demanding a lot of accountability from the district. All of us are on our toes now. We are under pressure to deliver and if we don’t, we have to explain why. We are waking up. We have taken them (the … Read More
Superheros come in all forms. Today we would like to introduce you to Saw Htay Plain, a 16-year old boy from Myanmar who is courageous enough to stand up and talk to world leaders so that he and his community can see change. He asks for job opportunities, access to education and health. Read his letter. … Read More