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Wednesday 31 May 2017

One in every four children being robbed of their childhood, new report from Save the Children finds

One quarter of the world's children are being denied a childhood, a new report from Save the Children has revealed. The report includes a global index ranking the places where childhood is most and least threatened. 

Launched to coincide with International Children's Day, the Stolen Childhoods report has found that at least 700 million children—and possibly hundreds of millions more—have had the promise of a full childhood brought to an early end.

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Thursday 15 December 2016

Save the Children invests in Africa’s newest technology hub

Save the Children International are investing in Kenya’s burgeoning tech industry by opening an office in Nairobi that will serve as a network hub for the organisation.

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Tuesday 11 October 2016

Girls have 'mountain to climb' to achieve same opportunities as boys

In the time it takes you to read this article, at least 45 girls under 15 will marry. That’s one girl every 7 seconds. Today is the International Day of the Girl Child, and while there is much to celebrate, there is still a mountain to climb until we reach a world in which girls will have the same opportunities as boys.

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Tuesday 11 October 2016

One girl under 15 married every seven seconds

One girl under 15 is married every seven seconds, according to new analysis by Save the Children that reveals the scale of the threat posed by child marriage to education, health and children’s safety.

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Tuesday 26 April 2016

Four in ten adults worldwide claim their childhoods blighted by discrimination – new research from Save the Children

Aid organisation reveals that millions of the world’s poorest children are being denied life-saving services because of who they are and where they live;
Charity launches new campaign to reach ‘every last child’

Almost 40 per cent of adults worldwide were discriminated against as children because of their gender, ethnicity or religion, a disability or simply because of where they live, a new global survey in 18 countries on discrimination by Save the Children has revealed.

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