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In brief, visual format, this 2-pager summarizes the Cash and Voucher Assistance (CVA) programs of Save the Childre globally in 2022. Key highlights from this snapshot include CVA transfer amounts by region country, from donors, and to...

This report presents the findings of a Household Economy Analysis (HEA) outcome analysis from the livelihood zone GT06 in Quiché, Guatemala. the results cover the period of November 2022-October 2023. The main conclusions of the analysis are as...

The priority statement on Healthy & Resilient Communities outlines Save the Children’s approach to building evidence and scaling our work on Child Rights Governance, Mental Health and Psychosocial Support, Climate & Health, Disease...

We have made a deliberate choice to embrace localisation, not just because it’s morally right, but also because it amplifies the effectiveness and reach of our programs through collaboration with our national and local partners. Recall the...

In 2022, Save the Children held a series of hearings with 58,035 children from 46 countries to understand children’s experiences of climate change and inequality, their ideas and recommendations for addressing the issues, and how organisations...

Save the Children and School Meals: Overview

2023 - Ethiopia, Guatemala, Liberia ...

Save the Children is a global leader in humanitarian and development programming, reaching 125 million children in 120 countries. That reach includes girls and boys who eat nutritious meals through our school feeding programming. Save the Children...

Integrating the treatment of acute malnutrition by community health volunteers (CHVs) into integrated community case management (iCCM) can improve acute malnutrition treatment outcomes. However, little is known about the cost-effectiveness of such...

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Kulawa project (meaning “to care for” in Hausa) is a five-year (2020-2025) initiative to support the Government of Niger in improving health, family planning (FP), and nutrition...

The priority statement on Undernutrition outlines Save the Children’s approach to tackling undernutrition, addressing the global hunger crisis, and integrating nutrition in all that we do. Addressing undernutrition is essential to ensuring that...

The priority statement on Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights (SRHR) outlines Save the Children’s approach investing in the quality, impact, and profile of SRHR with a particular focus on adolescents. Sexual and reproductive health and...