Following her appearance on Good Morning Britain today, Sarah Brown has published two pieces on her experiences working with Theirworld in Lebanon in the Huffington Post and Red Magazine. It is worthy of thought when a 14-year-old who has seen so much of what war can bring, can prompt us to invest in school. I […]
Nour is only 14. But already she has endured more horror and grief than most people can imagine. She is originally from Jobar in the Syrian capital Damascus. Two of her siblings were injured in a rocket attack on their way to school – her sister survived her shrapnel wounds but her brother was killed. […]
There has been a host of interest in the Theirworld Edinburgh Birth Cohort. Clockwise from left: BBC news, STV news, The Times, The National, Herald Scotland, The Courier. On Monday Sarah Brown, founder and President of Theirworld, spoke to a gathered audience of supporters, doctors, nurses and scientists to announce plans for the next […]
£1.5m study to boost health of babies born too soon or too small Babies are to be tracked from birth to adulthood in a bid to find new ways of preventing and treating brain injuries in newborns. 400 children will be recruited to join a £1.5m study aimed at improving the health of women and […]
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A Note From Sarah Brown
Welcome to Theirworld, a global charity which is committed to giving the most vulnerable children and young people a brighter future in their world.
Momentum is growing to make sure all countries stand by their promise to ensure every girl and boy receives a quality education by the end of 2015, though 59 million girls and boys around the world still miss out on even a single day at school. Theirworld is at the forefront of this movement to end this education emergency and it does so through several key initiatives.- A Note From Sarah Brown
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