Celebrating South Sudan's 5th Birthday with CARE





All children are beautiful, and born with the same needs for love and basic necessities such as nutritious food and clean water. As hard as it is to imagine, and to think about, the truth is that there are many children in the world who do not have access to the most essential and basic necessities that we take for granted every day. This month, South Sudan is celebrating it's 5th birthday, and CARE is sharing the stories of four beautiful little girls who are also turning 5-years-old that represent the needs of many similar children in this beautiful country. Meet Chianyal, Nyahok, Zeieya, and Nyawich.





My son will be 4-years-old next month, a year younger than each of these beautiful girls. Reading their stories and imagining what they, and so many children like them, experience on a daily basis is a bone-chilling and eye-opening reminder of how fortunate both of my children are. Safely cocooned in childish innocence and security, they have never been without clean clothes, they have never been so desperate for water that they drank dirty water, they have never gone hungry. I was deeply touched by the story of each and every one of these strong little girls, and I am sure you will be, too.


One of the most fundamental values that many of us try to teach our children is that sharing is caring. And we all know the perfect way to teach our children is to lead by example! Please consider visiting CARE.org today and making a donation today to help CARE do what they do best---improve the lives of children like Nyahok, Chianyal, Nyawich, and Zeieya. Any contribution helps, after all, they say, "No act of kindness, however small, is ever wasted."

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18 comments

  1. All children deserve a good life, these kids need all the help!

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  2. The stories of all these kids are heartbroken, they don't deserve to live like that.

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  3. All children deserve a happy and healthy life. xx


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  4. I always tell my kids to consider themselves very lucky and always be humble and thankful. There's a lot of poor children who don't have anything. - Amer

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  5. Each one of those children have the capability and potential to be an aspiring adult for any career or life path they may choose. All for a better world and future and that is how I see it objectively. Add in my emotions and I've go a thunderous determination to help them.

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  6. This breaks my heart, seeing children suffer this much. I admire them for their will to live and to also help their family out. It's important that they are given a brighter future, and I think a little help goes a long way. My heart goes out to the kids in South Sudan.

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  7. This breaks my heart. I wish I could help more!

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  8. Such a heartbreaking story all children in the world was important t have a healthy and happy life

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  9. It breaks my heart to see children suffer. These children deserved better, let's all help them.

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  10. These children should be in school and must be feed properly. I hope their government will do something about this for a longer term benefits.

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  11. This is a beautiful campaign. Hope they succeed helping these kids. It's always so sad to see the little they have and yet so many civil wars still taking place... Very nice of you to share this!
    Cheers,
    Renata

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  12. Such a noble and worthy campaign. I always feel sad seeing children thirty or hungry while others have such overflowing food. I should not compare to feel this sadness but still, i cant help it. There are a number of children needing our help and yes, any amount or whatever form of help may indeed be helpful.

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  13. It's great to have such wonderful people out there helping. I think everyone deserves to have fresh clean water. Nobody should have to drink dirty water.

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  14. My daughter is almost 5 and I cannot even imagine! I truly think that everyone deserves the necessities and wish we could all do more!

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  15. I love the opening lines: All children are beautiful, and born with the same needs
    This is brilliant and mad respect to you for promoting this and raising awareness

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  16. If more people opened their hearts, minds and wallets to good organizations then the world would truly be a much better place. Thanks for sharing!

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  17. In our lives we have right now giving and sharing would be the best thing to do and make our self that worthy of the virtue. I always wish children were both equally.

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