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Kenya and Madagascar: Localisation bulletin June 2023

2023 - Indonesia, Kenya, Republic of Korea (South Korea) ...

Save the Children’s global leaders convened in Seoul, South Korea between 13th to 15th June 2023 to share learnings in implementing our 2022 – 2024 Global Strategy and to discuss how key enablers like shifting power to children and communities...

This month’s bulletin features examples of localisation efforts in Somalia and South Sudan. Access to funding for local and national actors has always been an impediment to their work. Save the Children International (SCI) Somalia currently...

Progressing health for all – Stories of Save the Children

2023 - Ethiopia, Mozambique, Nigeria ...

Universal health coverage means ensuring access to quality health services for everyone, while making these services free at the point of use. Considering the growing health inequalities, increasing demand for health services, and fragmentation of...

Parenting without Violence (PwV) was adopted as one of Save the Children’s Common Approaches in 2017 based on promising evidence that interventions implemented across the socio-ecological model (child, interpersonal, community, and system levels)...

Uganda has one of the youngest and fastest-growing populations globally, with a median age of 15.9 years. Nationally, 25% of girls become pregnant by 19, and nearly half are married before 18. The Karamoja sub-region is the most challenging place...

2023 is a critical year for the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) movement with the second High-Level Meeting on UHC taking place in September at the 78th Session of the UN General Assembly in New York. This meeting will culminate with the adoption...

Surunga municipality in Nepal has achieved a significant milestone by becoming the first municipality in the Madhesh province to declare itself child marriage-free. Child marriage is deeply rooted in traditional cultural practices and norms in...

In December 2023, leaders from across the globe will gather for the 2nd Global Refugee Forum (GRF), it is a landmark opportunity to deliver decisive action for refugee children. Earlier this year, Save the Children published a new report – The...

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...

In December 2023, leaders from across the globe will gather for the 2nd Global Refugee Forum, it is a landmark opportunity to deliver decisive action for refugee children. Earlier this year, Save the Children published a new report – The Price of...