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2022 - Somalia

It is now 15 years since Save the Children first arrived in the coastal areas of Puntland. When we first arrived in Puntland, the main objective was to respond to the Tsunami disaster that hit many countries in eastern regions of Somalia in 2004....

Results from the Young Voices Survey 2022 conducted in Kosovo during September – October 2021, show that 84% of Kosovar children think that it is important that politicians and decision makers hear what children think. One of the key factors...

The impact of COVID-19 has been devastating and has particularly affected women and children. Some of the devastating consequences include a sharp increase in incidences of gender-based violence, forced marriages, sexual exploitation and teen...

This statement was developed with contributions from the sub-group on care under the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action UASC Task Force, co-led by the Transforming Children’s Care Global Collaborative Platform.

On 6 October 2022, Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) announced the first cholera case in the North of Lebanon. By 24 October, the Cholera has spread further to Mount Lebanon and East Lebanon mainly in Arsal, Baalbak and Central Bekaa Governorate...

Many people and organisations have asked us: what can we, ourselves, do to make cities better for children and young people? This publication responds to this question by offering some ideas for local and low‑cost action. It starts from the...

Background: The 2020 global estimates on child labour saw an increase of child labour globally for the first time in 20 years – from 152 million to 160 million, and an estimated increase of child labour at around another 10 million by the end of...

This material is a bimonthly bulletin on the conditions of refugees and migrants in Greece.

This brief provides critical up-to-date data on the humanitarian situation affecting household with disability across the sectors of: health; nutrition; water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH); food security and livelihood; children’s education,...

This learning brief is a collection of Save the Children (SC) practices from Uganda, Rwanda and Zambia country offices which serve as good practices for learning and replication by other country offices across the movement.