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World of Children® Award improves the lives of vulnerable children by funding and elevating the most effective changemakers for children worldwide.
- World of Children® Award Issues 2015 Global Call For Nominations (Official Release) (January 12, 2015) - The nonprofit for children is now accepting nominations for their Awards. A new Education Award recognizes those making contributions to childhood education.
- 2011 Honoree Dr. Ashok Banskota Receives 2014 Star Impact Award (January 1, 2015) - On December 13, 2014, past World of Children Award Honoree, Dr. Ashok Banskota, was in London to receive the 2014 Star Impact Award. The Award was presented by former U.S. President Bill Clinton, in the presence of the founder of the Stars Foundation-UK, HE Amir Al Dabagh.
- Co-Founder on Road to Support Causes from WWII Museum to Children’s Advocacy (December 31, 2014) - Co-Founder Kay Isaacson-Leibowitz was invited by the National World War II Museum’s CEO to serve on the honorary national committee for the celebration of a new wing at the New Orleans museum.
- White House Invites Yemin Orde Youth Village Graduate to Hanukkah Celebration (December 18, 2014) - Yemin Orde Youth Village graduate, Ataklit Tesfaye, 23, recited the Hanukkah blessings alongside President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.
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- Dr. Ashok Banskota receives 2014 Health Award from STARS Foundation. Read more »
- Neha Gupta wins 2014 International Children’s Peace Prize. Read more »
- Jumana Odeh receives the AIDEX “Huanitarian Hero of the Year” award. Read more »
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