Save the Children Blogging Conference

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"We're just sitting here, letting them die." 

Sometimes, it just takes a few words for someone to REALLY make you think. 

If a child, my child, was in front of you, moments from death, you'd do everything you could for her, right? 

Wouldn't you do the same for a child in Somalia? 

Especially if the thing you could do was a simple as signing a petition urging our government to fund more healthworkers. 

Especially if it was as simple as Tweeting, using the #healthworkers hashtag. 

Especially if it was blogging about this issue, to get your friends involved. 

Wouldn't you?

[If you're a blogger, read more about the 100 word challenge here. I'm not tagging anyone because – if you're reading this – you can help by posting, too.]  

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Sally is a full-time blogger and founder of the Tots100, Trips100, Foodies100 and HIBS100 communities, along with the MAD Blog Awards. She spends a bit too much time on the Internet. She’s also a very happy Mum to Flea, the world’s coolest ten year old.

8 Comments

  1. 18th September 2011 / 9:29 am

    Fab Sally, simple and brilliant. Thanks for the mention. Mich x

  2. 18th September 2011 / 10:06 am

    And this just shows what a skilled writer can do with just 100 words. Brilliant!

  3. 18th September 2011 / 1:30 pm

    Its so great to see everyone coming together! Great tips you gave yesterday too. I’m working on the confident one 🙂

  4. 18th September 2011 / 3:37 pm

    Thank you so much for doing this and for being so supportive yesterday. Blogging and tweeting is a marvellous thing, what an impact!

  5. 18th September 2011 / 8:14 pm

    Simple and to the point, I love it Sally!

  6. 19th September 2011 / 3:42 pm

    Absolutely spot on. Thank you. x

  7. 19th September 2011 / 10:15 pm

    perfect – this is exactly the message – thank for taking part

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