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Your support for Boston Children's Global Pediatric Program opens a door into the future. Few investments can change the world so powerfully.
Dr. Palfrey meeting (and laughing) with a group of teenage girls living in temporary barracks in Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia in 2006, 2 years after the 2004 tsunami caused enormous disaster and displacement.
Philanthropic support will fund:
• Training and technical assistance to health teams in developing countries.
• Affordable health care solutions that improve child survival and well-being.
• Innovative research that transforms discoveries into better health services in low-resource settings.
• The residency program and fellowship in Pediatric Global Health to train a new generation of outstanding practitioners.
Your contribution today will help secure tomorrows for the youngest casualties of poverty.
If you would like to support Children’s Hospital Boston’s Global Pediatrics Program mission, visit this page to make a gift. Please note, in order to designate your contribution to the GPP, please leave the selection that reads "Would you like to designate your gift?" at "no."
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