Save The Children has launched a new quiz that puts the reader in the situations faced by deprived children across the world.
As part of the charity’s No Child Born To Die campaign, Save the Children is running the campaign in partnership with magazine How It Works.
Imagine Publishing’s magazine, How it Works, are getting behind this cause and giving its readers a chance to win a year’s subscription to the magazine by completing and sharing its Save the Children quiz, and helping spread the word about the No Child Born to Die campaign.
The magazine is delivering an innovative advertising campaign across its various social, print and newsletter platforms to promote awareness of the charity’s cause and drive people to participate in the Save The Children quizzes online where they’ll answer questions such as, “Could you be a lifesaver?” and “Would you have survived an epidemic?”.
By entering their email addresses on completion of the quiz, consumers are then added to the mailing list and will be kept informed about the campaign’s progress.
Currently, 6.3 million children die each year. That’s 17,000 dying every day.
2015 is a huge year for this cause. The commitments world leaders make this year could mean that, by 2030, every child has the basic healthcare that they need to survive – no matter who or where they are or how hard to reach.
Save The Children believe they can help to seize this chance to make history and bring the number of preventable deaths down to zero by making sure that every child, no matter where or who they are, has access to life-saving healthcare.