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Rewrite the Future is a global programme and campaign by Save the Children that aims to bring quality education to children in countries affected by conflict. The global evaluation seeks to investigate how Save the Children’s project level...

This briefing looks at what global leaders, donor countries and states must do to stay committed to recognising children's right to free, good-quality primary education. With only five years to go until the 2015 deadline to achieve the Millennium...

Save the Children is growing and strengthening its capability to fight for children’s rights and to deliver immediate and lasting improvements worldwide. For nearly 90 years, national Save the Children organisations have committed themselves to...

At the end of 2004 Save the Children faced the largest natural disaster in its 85-year history. After the Indian Ocean tsunami struck, Save the Children's staff responded immediately to the needs of children, helping many thousands of children...

Past and present armed conflicts in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have badly affected children, and the country has one of the highest number of child soldiers in the world. Forty years of poor governance, economic collapse, exploitation...

Education is a vital part of what we do and it will continue to play a vital role in our response to disasters. We know that the early provision of safe places to play and to learn is essential for children's protection and recovery. This year,...

These children's stories form the backbone of this year's annual report. The children's own accounts illustrate the dramatic living conditions faced by so many, more effectively than statistics and abstract information. Like the picture on the...

This Resource Handbook is the result of collaborative efforts by members of the International Save the Children Alliance in Southeast, East Asia and the Pacific to research the physical and emotional punishment of children, using verifiable...

In today's world the resources are available to guarantee a decent life to each and every child, free from misery, hunger, abuse and exploitation. What we are lacking is the absolute determination of the world community and its leaders to apply...

Decades of insecurity have strongly affected the children in Afghanistan. Both health and education systems suffer from poor finances, lack of qualified professionals, and security problems. Afghanistan remains extremely poor and children suffer...