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Support the Global Fragility Act

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An estimated 535 million — almost one-quarter of the world’s children — live in places affected by conflict or disaster. These are future educators, doctors, and peacemakers. These are children we have the power to protect.

Conflict and violence currently drive 80 percent of humanitarian needs. They are the main drivers that force families to flee their homes and communities – the fate of 66 million people globally, surpassing natural disasters for the first time in history.

Preventable violence kills 1.4 million people each year, about equal to the number of people killed by AIDS and malaria combined in 2016. People in extreme poverty are the most susceptible. In the middle of all of this are children – not only suffering the impacts, but also missing out on opportunity.

And if things continue as they are, by 2030 nearly 50 percent of those in extreme poverty will be impacted by violence and fragility, making this a global crisis. For global progress, it is key for the U.S. to address global conflict and fragility now.

 

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Support the Global Fragility Act

World Vision

An estimated 535 million — almost one-quarter of the world’s children — live in places affected by conflict or disaster. These are future educators, doctors, and peacemakers. These are children we have the power to protect.

Conflict and violence currently drive 80 percent of humanitarian needs. They are the main drivers that force families to flee their homes and communities – the fate of 66 million people globally, surpassing natural disasters for the first time in history.

Preventable violence kills 1.4 million people each year, about equal to the number of people killed by AIDS and malaria combined in 2016. People in extreme poverty are the most susceptible. In the middle of all of this are children – not only suffering the impacts, but also missing out on opportunity.

And if things continue as they are, by 2030 nearly 50 percent of those in extreme poverty will be impacted by violence and fragility, making this a global crisis. For global progress, it is key for the U.S. to address global conflict and fragility now.

 

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