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With more than 1.4 million internally displaced persons in August 2021, rapid increasing violence and growing insecurity in the Central Sahel have led to a worsening security situation and an unprecedented humanitarian crisis. Such repeated...

This manifesto is written by children who took part in consultations in 2021 with Save the Children to discuss a key issue to them; safe education. The 300 children in 10 countries, in turn, represent millions of children caught in conflict and...

All children must be afforded equal opportunity to receive a quality, inclusive and accessible education. On the 18 th September 2021, it was announced by the de-factoleadership in Afghanistan that secondary schools in Afghanistan will be...

The people of Al Raqqa city in Northeast Syria experienced some of the heaviest fighting and bombing in the history of the Syrian conflict, as well as a devastating period under the control of ISIS between 2013 and late 2017. The vast majority of...

Al Hol and Roj camps in North East Syria (NES) are home to over 60,000 people, the vast majority of them women and children. Their populations are made up of Syrians and Iraqis – many of whom arrived in the camp fleeing from violence and conflict...

This briefing sets out the extensive education needs in Yemen after more than six years of conflict and resulting impact on infrastructure, teachers, protection, as well as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. It highlights Save the Children’s...

At least  1.2 million children across Lebanon  have had their education disrupted for more than one year, with many having last attended school in October 2019, following protests and civil unrest. This is impacting Lebanese, Syrian and...

Refugee children in Greece also face dire prospects of receiving a quality education. Even before Covid-19, less than a third of refugee and migrant children were actually enrolled and attending school. The education crisis on the Greek islands...

The Climate Crisis is one of the greatest emergencies of our time. It is a crisis that profoundly and disproportionately affects children, especially those from low and middle-income countries. It is deeply interconnected with another crisis of...

Across Asia, millions of children on the move are among the region’s most vulnerable people. Migrant children and their families often exist on the margins of society, struggling to access healthcare and education, and at constant risk of...