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NetAid mobilizes support for an end to extreme poverty by bringing individuals, companies and organizations together in ways that expand opportunities for the world's poorest families and communities. NetAid provides direct connections to local projects throughout the developing world that measurably improve the lives of people facing extreme poverty.

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Action Week 2004:

During Action Week, April 19-23, join in the excitement as the Global Campaign for Education brings together a worldwide chorus of teachers, students and others speaking up for every child's right to an education.  Don't miss out on this year's exciting events! Everything you need to participate in Action Week 2004 is available online at the official U.S. registration center:

Make a New Year’s Resolution for the World!

Want to give a priceless gift without spending a dime? Make a resolution for the world in 2004 by committing to do your part to help end global poverty! Invite five of your friends to do the same, and NetAid’s partner will donate US$1 on your behalf to help AIDS-affected girls in Zimbabwe get an education—the key to a better life.
Send Your New Yearís Resolution E-card Today


Take Your Students on an Unforgettable Journey!

NetAid World Class is an educational role-play game designed to build global understanding and to engage young people in advocacy efforts on behalf of the world’s unschooled. To play, students take on the identity of a real child living in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu and as the game unfolds, students experience the many frustrations that kids living throughout the developing world face in accessing education. The result is a powerful lesson that serves as a springboard for meaningful discussions about global issues, while inspiring in students a sense of empathy and a desire to take action.

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