The UNICEF Tap Project is a UNICEF program where for every ten minutes you go without using your phone, a child gets a day of clean water. Giorgio Armani Acqua for Life and other sponsors pay to provide the child with clean drinking water.
At the Wheelock College Global Challenges Conference in June 2013, five powerful films examining topics that directly affect the health, education, and human rights of youth and families globally were screened. The panelists were subjects, creators, and moderators of the films and the issues they tackle.
In her latest contribution to the Huffington Post, “Out of Genocide Comes Hope: New Year’s Eve in Burundi,” Wheelock College President Jackie Jenkins-Scott shares the inspiration she gained from her visit.
Dr. David Chiriboga discusses the use of antibiotics, the pharmaceutical industry, and the increasing global thread of antimicrobial resistance.
The Wheelock International Journal of Children, Families, and Social Changeis an online, open-access, interdisciplinary forum for substantive conversations about understanding and improving the lives of children and families throughout the world.