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Save the Children Sierra Leone describe the journey to prohibition and elimination of corporal punishment in schools, including advocacy initiatives, the many factors in achieving legislative progress, and the ongoing challenge to address...

Approximately 25 young climate activists from Cambodia, Hong Kong, Laos, Nepal, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, and Thailand convened virtually with Dr. Philip Jaffé, a United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child representative. They addressed...

The GPE ESPIG project demonstrated relevance, aligning with the MoESD’s program priorities in ECCD and basic education. The establishment of 182 ECCD centers surpassed the initial target of 100 and revised target of 150, significantly contributing...

After nine years of conflict in Yemen, two in five children, or 4.5 million, are out of school, with displaced children twice as likely to drop out than their peers, according to a new report by Save the Children. The report, titled ‘Hanging in...

At Save the Children, one of our key enablers of localisation is Partnerships, which is at the heart of our Theory of Change. In our partnership approach, we are moving away from project-based implementing partnerships to strategic partnerships,...

Sponsorship’s new rubric-enhanced MEAL system, piloted in El Salvador, Zambia, and the Philippines, provides a nuanced way of capturing important, intangible outcomes such as children’s experiences of inequality and discrimination, equitable...

The InterAcademy Partnership (IAP) and Save the Children present 14 case studies from around the globe, especially from low- and middle-income countries, that can be useful guides to scientists and policy makers seeking information on how to...

The institutionalization and effective implementation of the Nutrition Sensitive Agriculture Strategy (NSAS) need strong leadership and governance, human resource structure and capacity, effective and accountable coordination mechanism within MOA...

Insufficient platforms for children, as rights holders, to express their concerns regarding education and protection issues and engage with relevant duty bearers have posed a significant challenge, hindering the full realization and enjoyment of...

This study presents information and case-studies on the effects of Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining on children in Kitwe District of the Copperbelt Province in Zambia. The study includes recommendations for further action to safeguard the rights...