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There are 121 million children out of school worldwide. We work in the world's toughest places helping children to go to school and learn.
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Street Child 2h
Thank you so much Rachel - it means a lot to us.
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Street Child 4h
There are just 3 HOURS left of our campaign with and that means whatever you donate before midnight tonight will be matched by the . To donate visit ➡
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Street Child 8h
Would you help us spread the word - by retweeting - that ending today all public donations to will be matched by the UK Government thanks to . Thank you 😀
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Street Child 8h
Would you help us spread the word - by retweeting - that ending today all public donations to will be matched by the UK Government thanks to . Thank you 😀
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Street Child 9h
Would you help us spread the word - by retweeting - that ending today all public donations to will be matched by the UK Government thanks to . Thank you 😀
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Street Child 9h
Replying to @SarahModlock
Thank you so much Sarah - both for the donation and for spreading the word.
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Street Child 9h
Would you help us spread the word - by retweeting - that ending today all public donations to will be matched by the UK Government thanks to . Thank you 😀
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Street Child 9h
Would you help us spread the word - by retweeting - that ending today all public donations to will be matched by the UK Government thanks to . Thank you 😀
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Street Child 10h
Would you help us spread the word - by retweeting - that ending today all public donations to will be matched by the UK Government thanks to . Thank you 😀
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SierraLeoneMarathon 15h
Today is the FINAL DAY to claim the offer and join the Sierra Leone Marathon in May for £100- just get in touch for more information!
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Nick Hewer 14h
Today is the last day for your donation to to be matched by the UK Government . Even £7.50 matched is enough to send a child to school for a year. Please donate if you can: .
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Street Child 14h
Thank you to and for attending our Education in Emergencies event at the House of Lords last night, the closing event of our campaign. Today is the last day for donations to our campaign to be matched by
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Fresh Start Media 14h
On this week's speaks to Archie about her campaign for to help street children in Sierra Leone and across the globe. "121 million children don't go to school" See the full report Sat 1030 am on and
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Street Child 14h
Today is the last day for your donation to to be matched by the UK Government . Even £7.50 matched is enough to send a child to school for a year. Please donate if you can: .
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Street Child 17h
HELP! Today is the last day of our campaign with and that means whatever you donate before midnight tonight will be matched by the . To donate visit ➡
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Street Child 17h
Donate before MIDNIGHT tonight and your donation to our initiative will go twice as far! Your donation will allow us to build, renovate & re-energise schools in the world's toughest places. To donate ➡
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Street Child Feb 19
Replying to @streetchilduk
From left to right - Anthony Nolan, Prof Paulin Dixon, the Rt Hon Sir Stephen O’Brien (Chair), Justin Sesay, Megan Lees-McCowan and Audu Liman.
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Street Child Feb 19
Thank you to our esteemed panel for sharing their research, knowledge and experience of Education in Emergencies with our invited audience at the House of Lords this evening.
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Street Child Feb 19
Thank you for this great feature on Street Child Patron ' recent visit to Sierra Leone & the importance of educating children. To help us provide an education to even more children support our appeal today ➡
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Street Child Feb 19
Huge thanks to everyone - we massively appreciate the support.
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