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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...

This briefing looks at what global leaders, donor countries and states must do to stay committed to recognising children's right to free, good-quality primary education. With only five years to go until the 2015 deadline to achieve the Millennium...

The devastating January 2001 earthquake — a 7-magnitude shock that left more than 3 million people in Port-au-Prince, Léogâne, Petit Goave, Jacmel and surrounding areas in desperate need — has exacted a heavy toll on Haiti’s children. They have...

In January 2010, the impoverished Caribbean nation of Haiti was rocked by the worst earthquake to hit the region in 200 years. One of the most devastating natural disasters in living memory, in which more than 200,000 people were killed, while...

This coming year is crucial for Southern Sudan’s children, with elections in April and a referendum in January 2011 on whether the region should become independent. The Government of Southern Sudan has made considerable progress in establishing...

Save the Children’s statement on the public consultation “What funding for EU external action after 2013?” launched by the European Commission as part of the negotiations on the EU Multiannual Financial Framework 2013 onwards. The statement...

Two million children die each year in India before they reach they fifth birthday, more than any other country in the world. Half of these deaths occur in the very first month of life. What’s even more shocking is that most of these deaths are...

'Listen and speak out against sexual abuse of boys and girls: 10 essential learning points', is a Save the Children report on sexual abuse based on consultations carried out in Canada, Colombia, Brazil, South Africa, Romania, Spain, Mozambique,...

"In the Face of Disaster" explores the potential impact of climate change and natural disasters on children — in particular on their health, nutrition, protection and education. It looks at disaster risk reduction, and the importance of involving...

Rewrite the Future is a global programme and campaign by Save the Children that aims to bring quality education to children in countries affected by conflict. The global evaluation seeks to investigate how Save the Children’s project level...