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Funded by Save the Children Italy, the Malawi Localisation Pilot Project (Dec 2021-May 2023) aimed at strengthening the capacity of government structures and civil society in Zomba and Neno districts in Malawi to prevent emergencies and respond...

Facing high levels of violent discipline in homes, Save the Children Malawi has taken a comprehensive two-pronged approach to address the issue; championing social behavioural change alongside advocating for law reform, in a bid to achieve a ban...

The Daratchama Health Center in Niger faced a critical challenge: a 36-year absence of potable water. Community members were forced to transport water themselves for patient needs. In 2023, the USAID-funded Kulawa project launched a vast...

At Save the Children, one of our key enablers of localisation is Partnerships, which is at the heart of our Theory of Change. In our partnership approach, we are moving away from project-based implementing partnerships to strategic partnerships,...

The institutionalization and effective implementation of the Nutrition Sensitive Agriculture Strategy (NSAS) need strong leadership and governance, human resource structure and capacity, effective and accountable coordination mechanism within MOA...

Insufficient platforms for children, as rights holders, to express their concerns regarding education and protection issues and engage with relevant duty bearers have posed a significant challenge, hindering the full realization and enjoyment of...

This study presents information and case-studies on the effects of Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining on children in Kitwe District of the Copperbelt Province in Zambia. The study includes recommendations for further action to safeguard the rights...

This report and a series of case studies were conducted to gather evidence on which child-sensitive social protection (CSSP) programs in Malawi, Uganda, Somalia, and Zambia are most beneficial and cost-efficient in the long term. The analysis then...

This report and a series of case studies were conducted to gather evidence on which child-sensitive social protection (CSSP) programs in Malawi, Uganda, Somalia, and Zambia are most beneficial and cost-efficient in the long term. The analysis then...

A Zambian case study that illustrates the impact of the Safe Families common approach.