I don't think that we should be choosing between whether a young girl has immunizations or water, or between whether her mother and father are alive, because they have access of treatment for AIDS, or whether she has a meal at school, or whether her father and mother, who are farmers, are able to grow enough food to feed their family and earn some income. Those all strike me as quite doable and practical things that can be done at once. Jeffrey Sachs, Interview.
If you are looking for a doable and practical way to make a difference in a world of poverty and pain, let me encourage you to consider sponsoring one of the children in our Y-Malawi Partnership with World Vision.
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