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Help poverty charity Concern slay the dragon of malnutrition this St George’s Day.

With Easter now firmly behind us, our thoughts slowly turn to St George’s Day on April 23rd and the celebration of one man’s battle against a mighty foe.

But for Concern Worldwide the fight against one of the world’s biggest adversaries is still ongoing and we need your help to win the battle against malnutrition.For the first time ever over one billion people go to bed hungry, that’s more than three times the population of the USA, and sadly it’s babies and infants who are the most vulnerable.

But you help Concern end this travesty by buying a Concern Gift of Plumpy Nut today.

Just £16 could buy 20 sachets of Plumpynut for a malnourished child.

This wonderful, life-saving stuff is packed full of the vitamins and nutrients an underweight child needs to regain their health. And as the sachets can be taken home, it means children and parents don't have to spend months away from home at a treatment centre.

Your gift of £16 could help a child just like Abraham Awdiro from Ethiopia who was just a year old and weighed only 9lbs when he was brought to one of our centres.

He was so weak he was unable to eat. But thanks to careful treatment and rations of Plumpynut and he is now a happy, healthy child.

The legend of George and the Dragon is the story of how just one person really can make a difference and you can be a saint this April by purchasing a Concern Gift and helping to end malnutrition.

Concern Worldwide is an international humanitarian organisation.

With over 40 years’ experience, they have projects in 28 countries worldwide, helping people living in poverty to improve their lives everyday.

Visit our main Concern Gifts page

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