Peace Fund Radio #129

Adrian Paul and Ethan Dettenmaier prepare for World Day Against Child Labor as our Child Protection Month continues.

We also launch Peace Fund Helping Hand, a new monthly initiative that begins with Adrian’s plan to get a young boy’s education back on track after years of heartbreaking setbacks.

And in my Hero of the Week segment, learn how Free the Children inspired Eleanor Su to found Schools for Africa Fund when she was just 10 years old!

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Peace Fund Radio #128

Slavery still generates $150 billion of profits per year — and 26 percent of the world’s 27 million slaves are children. Adrian Paul and Ethan Dettenmaier expose the places where slavery remains prevalent and highlight what Walk Free and CNN Freedom Project do to make a difference.

And in my Hero of the Week segment, learn how Kendall Ciesemier of Kids Caring 4 Kids has raised nearly $1 million to protect, educate, and empower vulnerable orphans in Africa! I also spotlight previous Heroes Neha Gupta, Vivienne Harr, Kylesh Sharma, and the founders of Free the Children.

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Peace Fund Radio #127

Adrian Paul and Ethan Dettenmaier examine how visual and hearing impairments affect children, outlining the warning signs and preventive measures that parents should be aware of.

Adrian also shares what Starkey Hearing Foundation and our friends at Kids Vision for Life and Sight Learning are doing to help.

And in my Hero of the Week segment, find out how young inventors Cassandra Baquero, Grecia Cano, Jacquelyne Garcia Torres, Caitlin Gonzales, Kayleen Gonzalez, and Janessa Leija created Hello Navi, an award-winning app to assist visually impaired classmate Andres Salas. The girls’ science teacher, Maggie Bolado, tells us how they did it — and talks about what’s next for Team Hello Navi.

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