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The Global Health Workers Crisis

Yesterday lots of Bloggers headed to London to the Save The Children conference and when they left they took action to get as many people involved.

Mummy from the Heart and Hello It’s Gemma has set up this blog hop to spread the word that our support is needed.

In a up to 100 words they asked us to write something about a experience we have had with health care workers.

We all take it for granted here and quite a lot of us complain about the NHS but we are so lucky to have them. When we need them in a emergency they are there. When we are worried about our children they are there. When we give birth they are there. When we need them for vaccinations they are there. When we need to be screened for certain things, they are there. In the middle of the night they are there. When you need someone to talk to, they are there. In fact when ever we need them and yes sometimes it not perfect but they are there.

This is a campaign to get more Health care workers where there is not enough which in turn means children die.

Please show your support signing this petition here

It won’t take you long and it will help to make all the difference.

Go to Mummy from the Heart to see what else you can do and to read all the other blog post who hopefully will help make a difference.

 

 

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10 Responses to "The Global Health Workers Crisis"

  1. Such a worthwhile cause.
    Just found your lovely blog. I’m really enjoying reading your posts.

    1. Ali says:

      Thank you and yes great cause and we can really help to make a difference x

  2. We certainly are lucky! Think how many of us are today realising what we take for granted and how that will change things xx

    1. Ali says:

      We are lucky and I guess sometimes we all need reminder of that and that when we do something about things xxx

  3. The Rambling Pages says:

    Great post, we take too much for granted. I have blogged, signed the petition and linked up and hope to encourage others to do the same

    1. Ali says:

      Thank you :-) Yes we do take so much for granted, I guess it just human nature really but it is great to do something to help tip the balance a little bit more.

  4. thanks for taking part. A simple message but so true, imagine not having access to any of this…

    1. Ali says:

      Thanks Gemma, sure there is so much more we could do. Yes message simple and true a little like me ;-) x

  5. I am in NYC blogging for Save the Children, you have written this so clearly, thank you.

    1. Ali says:

      Hi Chris and thanks. When I saw what Gemma and Michelle were doing I typed this up straight away, it was a bit rushed but it came straight from the head and the heart sometimes the best x Would have loved to had made it to the conference and again anything I can do to make a difference give me a shout :-)

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