Nearly two million children still face uncertainties living in war-torn homes and schools while their parents have no stable jobs or livelihoods, two years after a five-month long siege in Marawi in the southern Philippines.
BEIRA - More than two months after Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique, at least 400 children in the worst-affected province of Sofala are still living separated from their parents as an effect of the storm, according to a new assessment by Save the Children.
At least 38 children have been killed and 46 were injured in shelling on North West Syria since the 1st of April, Save the Children said today. Working with its partner in North West Syria, Hurras Network, Save the Children has learnt that 9 children died at school, 11 children died at home, 7 children died at the market, 2 children died in a camp and 1 child died in hospital.
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