Monday, June 30, 2008

The Journey

Spotlight Montage

On My Way Here

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Saturday, June 28, 2008

The Survival Project: One Child at a Time

From violence and abuse to fundamental health issues such as lack of drinking water, children around the globe are facing threats that challenge survival. CNN looks at these issues, solutions that are working and how you can make a difference.

A historic global broadcast on CNN and CNN International

Dr. Sanjay Gupta | Photo © CNN 2008/Gajilan

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Dr. Sanjay Gupta meets children living in some of the least developed neighborhoods of Lima, Peru.

NEW YORK (June 23, 2008) — Tune in to CNN on Sunday, July 6 at 8 and 11 pm (ET), when CNN will explore why 26,000 children die every day from preventable causes, and what UNICEF doing to save young lives.

Hosted by CNN's chief medical correspondent, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, "The Survival Project: One Child at a Time" is a one-hour historic broadcast examining what kind of action is required to stop the unnecessary deaths of children under age five.

CNN will highlight four areas where UNICEF demonstrates its remarkable on-the-ground expertise in doing whatever it takes to save a child:

  • Child protection in Iraq
  • Water and sanitation in Laos
  • HIV/AIDS in Peru
  • Child survival interventions in Ethiopia

Leading experts in each of these key areas will contribute to a panel discussion moderated by Dr. Gupta.

Clay Aiken, Dayle Haddon, Joel Madden, Ne-Yo, Nicole Ritchie, Al Roker, Marcus Samuelsson and Amare Stoudemire appear in special video diaries of their volunteer experiences and encourage viewers to help children around the world.

"The Survival Project: One Child at a Time" is a chance to get a first-hand look at the plight of millions of children around the world, struggling each and every day for survival.

For more information, visit the CNN website

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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Clay Aiken appeals for world attention on Somalia

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By Guled Mohamed HARGEISA, Somalia (Reuters Life!) - Clay Aiken appealed on Wednesday for the world not to forget Somalia, where conflict and hunger have created one of the world's worst humanitarian crises. Aiken said U.S. and international...

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Thursday, June 12, 2008

AOL Sessions

Check out the performance videos that Clay Aiken recorded for AOL Sessions:


"Everything I Don't Need"

"Something About Us"

"On My Way Here"

"Where I Draw The Line"