In our ‘A Closer Look’ series, we highlight an organization which puts a high value on aid or the development of vulnerable locations. We’re highlighting the compassionate Rafiki Foundation in the second edition of our new series.The development of the wellbeing of childrenAccording to Amnesty International, children’s rights are the human rights of children with particular attention to the rights, special protection and care afforded to minors. Millions of children are affected daily by war, poverty, and human rights abuse. Especially in Africa, probably the most vulnerable continent on our planet. Much good work is being done every day. For instance, in 1990, 1 in 6 children died before their fifth birthday in Eastern and Southern Africa; by 2012, this number had dropped to 1 in 3 and many low-income countries in Africa have all established reductions, in absolute terms, of more than 100 deaths per 1,000 live births. We’re thankful to every humanitarian organization and humanitarian who’re willing to put a real effort into the development of a better Africa.