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LEARNING PACKAGE is from the Partnering to Save Lives project, of which Save the Children is a member. Culturally sensitive, multilingual communications in Cambodia’s remote northeast help to overcome barriers of geography and ethnicity to...

LEARNING PACKAGE is from the Partnering to Save Lives project, of which Save the Children is a member. Community referral systems enable timely utilisation of healthcare services. Partnering to Save Lives’ periodic snapshot surveys show the...

LEARNING PACKAGE is from the Partnering to Save Lives project, of which Save the Children is a member. Women with disabilities experience barriers to reproductive, maternal and newborn health in Cambodia. Inclusive approaches can enable these...

Every year, we reach tens of millions of children across 120 countries through our work. We help children survive, learn and stay safe, and working in partnership with others, we speak up for and alongside children to secure wide and longlasting...

The circumstances and reasons for the Ebola virus spreading in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia are complex – including the lack of early warning and surveillance, delays in recognising the importance of providing safe and dignified burials, and...

Health Workers Save Lives

2011 - West and Central Africa

In 2009, 8 million children died before they reached the age of 5. It doesn't have to be this way. Health workers, properly supported and equipped, can prevent most child deaths. The world is short of more than 3.5 million health workers. They...

COVID-19 Impacts on African Children: How to protect-a-generation at risk

2020 - West and Central Africa, Southern Africa, East Africa

The COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented with the virus spreading in almost all countries in the world. In Africa, 55 out of 54 countries have reported at least one COVID-19 infection. Luckily for Africa, confirmed COVID-19 cases remain...

Nepal’s Every Newborn Action Plan 2015 aspires to reduce newborn deaths from 21 per 1000 in 2016 to 18.9 per 1,000 live births by 2020 and to 10.9 by 2035. Improving access for early diagnosis and prompt treatment of Possible Severe Bacterial...

CHOICES is a gender-focused curriculum for very young adolescents (VYAs) between the ages of 10-14 years that aims to create positive social and behavior change. Through a series of 10 hour-long participatory sessions, the curriculum challenges...

The NOURISH Project Endline Survey Report assesses the nutritional status of women and children and changes in behaviors related to the three pillars of the project’s approach to integrated nutrition: health, water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH),...