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December 6, 2011

What kind of difference can a suburban, stay-at-home mom make on such immense, global issues?

by billthemortgageguy

When I first learned about AIDS in Africa in 2002, there were less than 30,000 people on anti-retroviral medication. So, if you have AIDS and you’re not medicated and you’re a mom, you could die in a year, which means your children are at risk of being orphaned. But life-saving medicine can help you live for an additional 20 or even 30 years!As a mother, that means that you are raising your family. It means we do not have an entire generation and an entire continent that is now orphaned. So, because of all these efforts of both ordinary people like myself and of world leaders, today, about 4.5 million Africans are on life-saving medication…all in a decade.

via Waking up from suburbia stupor — lessons from a global soccer mom | WORLD VISION BLOG.


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