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This paper describes how technology is being used to inform/enhance education programming/monitoring globally and recommendations around ways in which this could inform Save the Children’s work in the future. 

Since the onset of the current phase of the South Sudan conflict in December 2013, nearly 3 million people have been displaced. Two million people have fled to neighbouring countries, and another 1.9 million others remain internally displaced....

South Sudan’s refugee children in Uganda face an education emergency. Uprooted from their homes by famine and violence, over half-a-million have fled across the border into northern Uganda – one of the poorest parts of one of the world’s poorest...

Although education is often seen as a gateway for marginalized children to improve their living conditions, this perception is not always the case for girls. Across the world, girls face obstacles that prevent them from accessing quality...

El Nino has caused the third successive rainfall failure in some areas of Ethiopia, and from the middle of 2015 onwards the country has since been in a race against time to meet the resulting food needs of 10.2 million people. This precarious...

This report is a continuation on the Tell me More! Project from 2007, and identifies areas where additional focus is required in order to improve CSE and HIV research, policy, programming and implementation. It builds on additional primary...

In mid-March 2015, child-centred agencies conducted a Children’s Ebola Recovery Assessment (CERA) in nine districts across Sierra Leone to create a mechanism for more than 1,100 boys and girls, to discuss issues of concern; assess the impact of...

Ebola: Responding for the long term

2015 - Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone

The Ebola epidemic in West Africa represents an unprecedented global public health crisis. Since the first case in a remote area of Guinea in late 2013, the virus spread through Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea at an alarming rate. This...

The circumstances and reasons for the Ebola virus spreading in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia are complex – including the lack of early warning and surveillance, delays in recognising the importance of providing safe and dignified burials, and...

Choices is a gender-focused curriculum for very young adolescents (VYAs) between the ages of 10-14 years that aims to create positive social and behavior change. Through a series of 10 hour-long participatory sessions, the curriculum challenges...