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Hi, I would like to introduce myself(ie). My name is Susan Warner, and I have been a photographer for Save the Children for more than 20 years. I will be helping out in this space, sharing our photos, our stories, our team, our work and most importantly, the children and the communities we serve. I
10 mos. after extreme violence in Central African Republic >1.25 mil children remain displaced. Learn more: bit.ly/1wx9hBo
"Protecting Your Kids From Disaster," by our Director of Programs in @HuffingtonPost huff.to/X7rVAv #GetReady #globalmotherhood #jnj
Thanks to those who purchased this @ToysRUs bag to help us protect U.S. kids in an emergency. #SaveKids pic.twitter.com/0FQ8nbFa82
We have reached 48,485 children in #Guinea in our #Ebola response, raising awareness on how to prevent against the disease.
More frontline health workers – & better training & equipping of existing health workers – are needed to stop preventable deaths. #Ebola
Frontline health workers are the backbone of a strong health system. More needs to be done to ensure they get the support they need. #Ebola
You can honor victims this #9/11 w @SavetheChildren We can’t change the past but can help kids have a better tomorrow pic.twitter.com/2FxKzlXBvb
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On the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, we remember the victims, their loved ones, and the service men & women who were affected by the tragedy. 9/11 is also the National Day of Service and Remembrance for Americans to come together and give back to their country. How do you plan to serve or re
9/11 is also National Day of Service & Remembrance for #Americans to come together & give back to their country. How do you serve/remember?
Today we remember the victims, their loved ones, service men & women, and all children who were affected by 9/11 in 2001. #911anniversary
Thx @CDCemergency for hosting the #CDCprep chat & helping kids & families #GetReady for next disaster. Learn more: bit.ly/1lyfNUX
#CDCprep A5: Explain what you’re doing and why. Answer questions. Reassure kids that adults are around to help keep them safe #GetReady
#CDCprep A4: Help caregivers #GetReady- Ask about plans, provide current contact info, identify meet-up places if kids are evacuated.
#CDCprep A3: For kids a kit w/ diapers, snacks, activities & comfort items like a teddy bear. Checklist: bit.ly/1lTOeVR #GetReady
#CDCprep A2: We prepare to protect kids. They have unique needs in emergencies and rely on us & their caregivers to keep them safe #GetReady
#CDCprep A2: Our poll shows that 54% of families have experienced disaster yet 40% do not have a plan: bit.ly/1lyfNUX #GetReady
#CDCprep A1: We can be the voice for children & advocate for their protection in disasters. Pledge 2 Prep: bit.ly/1oaKRp6 #GetReady
We have great partners helping promote #NatlPrep month. Visit our partners page for info on their work cdc.gov/phpr/preparedn… #CDCprep
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Thank you to our partners @tjmaxx @AOL and @PrimroseSchools for participating in our Word-a-Thon & helping kids in poverty #FindTheWords
We'll be chatting disaster preparedness with @CDCemergency today from 3-4pm EST! #CDCprep pic.twitter.com/6supZ0y72a
Here’s how you can help the estimated 2.2M children at risk after this week’s devastating #floods in #India: bit.ly/1uw5QYt
No School for Half a Million Children in Northern Iraq. bit.ly/1COGgmd
Happy birthday to @ChrisCoons, one of the Senate's strongest champions for poor and vulnerable kids, especially those in #Africa!
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Thank you all for participating in #FindTheWords on #InternationalLiteracyDay. A special thank-you from @carolynsave: bit.ly/1tHR4jE
My favorite word is Believe. I find strength & faith the the word. Always a reminder @SavetheChildren #FindTheWords bitly.com/1sFyqG5 
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Every child has something to say. Help kids in need #FindTheWords w/ @SavetheChildren. bitly.com/1sFyqG5 My fav word: empowered. Yours?
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Four-year-old Casey in her cap and gown at her preschool graduation. #FindTheWords I remember the day clearly when my own daughter Casey “found her words.” It was in the early fall, and I was picking her up from kindergarten. From the back seat, I heard her little voice, “How do you spell ‘I love
I believe every child has something to say. Help kids in need #FindTheWords with Save the Children. thndr.it/1w7lA4v
"How A Silent Girl Named Serenity Finally Found Her Words" by @carolynsave huff.to/WCU56q #jnj #globalmotherhood via @HuffPostImpact
.@carolynsave kicks off #InternationalLiteracyDay with a message on how you can help US kids #FindTheWords: bit.ly/1ojBV0C Please RT
Welcome to #WordaThon! Share a pic or post to help us #FindtheWords- help kids in need get a great educational start. bit.ly/XFAkMG
Carmen* went into labor a month early after traveling to the #USborder from #Honduras. Read her story: bit.ly/1olHjPV
Deborah packs a to-go kit with her daughter Lydia, 3, with Save the Children’s Get Ready Get Safe Ambassador, Lassie. Woof! #GetReady
Chasity, 2 , in the Save the Children child friendly space the shelter where her family has taken refuge. Tornados in the Tupelo Mississippi area caused severe damage. #GetReady
Jennifer Garner is helping kids in poverty #FindtheWords. You can too. Share, donate or sponsor a US child in need. bit.ly/Z8upjI
Disasters can strike without warning. What’s your emergency preparedness plan? #WhatsInYourBag bit.ly/TRU_GRGS pic.twitter.com/HGrhoIkdGR
Disasters can strike without warning. What’s your family’s emergency preparedness plan? #WhatsInYourBag #GetReady
Brandon Garcia, 4, hugs a teddy bear in his Head Start classroom. His school was heavily damaged in 2012’s Superstorm Sandy. #GetReady
.@SavetheChildren Program Coordinator, Tracie Kenney on a home visit with Yvonne & 5-month old Hunter. #NewsHourChats pic.twitter.com/HFLcwLalTx
Early ed pays off. >80% of at-risk participants of our home visiting program score well on pre-literacy tests by age 3. #NewsHourChats
54% of US families affected by disaster, 49% don’t have a plan. Are you Ready? bit.ly/1lyfNUX #GetReady pic.twitter.com/XQjGpA3Haq
Parents spend 5 hrs on school supplies, 1 hr on emergency prep. Are you prepared? #GetReady bit.ly/1lyfNUX pic.twitter.com/2gOgls4ave