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In all countries of the world in which Save the Children operates, children face many problems. To develop and deliver need-based programs, there was a need to implement a Child Rights Situational Analysis (CRSA) in Armenia. A CRSA is an in-depth...

As we approach 2015, the target date for the Millennium Development Goals, huge overall progress is being made for children – in just 15 years we have helped to almost halve the number of children dying before their fifth birthday from...

This literature review is part of a greater research project on children on the move in Southern Africa, currently being finalised by Save the Children International. 

This report focuses on the impact of child protection training on the behaviour of security and defense force personnel, with specific focus on trainings previously conducted by Save the Children in East, West and Central Africa. A central...

2011 was the second year of Save the Children three-year transition from 29 separate organisations to a single, global movement for children. We are changing the way we work, to be more efficient and aligned, a better partner and a stronger...

This statement represents the position of Save the Children on the protection of children from harmful work. At a time when the international community discusses a new global development framework and when many poor and vulnerable populations...

HIV transmissions often occurs through sexual activity and reproduction, and working in the field of HIV prevention therefore requires addressing people’s sexuality and sexual practices. There is a need to discuss values, beliefs and myths about...

The objective of this toolkit is to assist civil society organizations to enhance their capacities and efficiency in responding adequately to issues of sexuality, gender and SRHR within the context of HIV, sexual and reproductive health rights...

This is a brief history of Save the Children’s Work in Mongolia from 1994 to 2009. After 15 years of endeavors, this is a time to look back on Save the Children’s experiences, achievements, and contributions to bring about significant and...

The devastating Asia tsunami of December 26, 2004, was one of the biggest emergency responses in Save the Children’s history. Two years later, Save the Children continued to stand by hundreds of thousands of children and family members who...

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