We’re not doing enough

There are a hundred people dying each day from Ebola. The UK government ae in the process of building a treatment centre with a hundred beds.

The UK government has pledged to stop ISIS and has authorised military action while people leave everything they have ever known to survive.

Every day children are born into families where through ignorance or circumstances they will be neglected, abused – emotionally and physically.

Every day children are removed from abusive families and then moved from placement to placement because there are not enough adopters.

There has to be more that can be done. Money and bombs are a reaction to a problem but they don’t fix the problem. They don’t prevent the problem.





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