Chances are you don't have to worry about your next meal, visiting your doctor or your maintaining your physical surroundings. You probably have all that covered and have gone on to worry about your weekend plans. For millions of families around the world, food, shelter and health issues are their number one priorities for survival. And for many who struggle for basic essentials, humanitarian organizations like UNICEF are making the difference between surviving or dying a slow death.
UNICEF United States Fund Director of Program and Strategic Partnerships Elizabeth Merola is our special guest and details the many activities funded by UNICEF to help children survive and ultimately thrive in developing countries throughout the world.
Visit their website at www.unicefusa.org for more information.
In our author's corner, Carole will debut her new book with listeners everywhere: Best Practices: 21 Ways To Bring Multiculturalism To Your Job Your Home and Your Community.
It's hot off the presses and just debuted at the General Conference of the AME Church in Nashville, Tennessee.
For more information or to purchase Carole's new book visit her website at www.tellcarole.com.
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