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Note: This is a summary of the full report, which can be found here. 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...

In 2011, in the midst of the devastating Horn of Africa drought, Save the Children launched the largest ever multi-country humanitarian response covering three countries: Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia, the most severely impacted by the drought....

This report summarises the consultations with migrant children carried out in preparation for the Day of General Discussion (DGD) in five regions around the world over a period of 3 months, involving over 100 children. Children were consulted in...

Children who live in pastoralist areas are increasingly referred to as some of the most nutritionally vulnerable in the world. In Somali Region, Ethiopia, levels of global acute malnutrition among young children are regularly reported to rise...

Review: Teacher Support and Development Interventions

2012 - Vietnam, Nicaragua, Guatemala ...

Save the Children commissioned research on teacher support and development as part of a strategy to build professional and technical capacity through sharing knowledge at global, regional and country levels. The research, which this document...

Health Workers Save Lives

2011 - West and Central Africa

In 2009, 8 million children died before they reached the age of 5. It doesn't have to be this way. Health workers, properly supported and equipped, can prevent most child deaths. The world is short of more than 3.5 million health workers. They...

Protecting Children from Violence Globally

2011 - Vietnam, Bangladesh, Cambodia ...

These case studies demonstrate the impact Save the Children activities and programmes have had in protecting children from violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation. The case studies specifically highlight the areas of focus of the Child...

IMPACT Newsletter, October 2011

2011 - Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya ...

The October 2011 edition of IMPACT focuses on Save the Children's Child Protection work in Africa. This issue is particularly timely as the world marks the Universal Children's Day on November 20, 2011, an annual event to reflect on the need and...

One in eight of Ethiopia’s children die before their fifth birthday. What’s even more shocking is that most of these deaths are preventable. Children’s lives could easily be saved by simple, low cost solutions. Ethiopia’s recent progress in...

This brochure explains Save the Children's child participation work. By sharing examples of promising practices, Save the Children demonstrates how its Theory of Change is applied in support of meaningful children’s participation within each of...