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For the third consecutive year, Save the Children has ranked 182 countries by the vulnerability of their school system to hazards that threaten children’s right to learn and against levels of preparedness to those hazards. This enables us to make...

This template contains can guide Save the Children staff seeking to formalize partnerships with girl-led groups or networks via a memorandum of understanding (MOU). It was informed by research as part of the Girl-Led Movement Building project,...

No country is free of child poverty. Europe is one of the wealthiest regions of the world, yet it has alarming and increasing numbers of children and families living with poverty and social exclusion. This report presents the latest figures,...

The major concept of this study focuses on the issue also outlined under SDG 5.5. that women remain underrepresented in leadership and management level positions in the public and private sectors. While quotas have been implemented to boost women&...

Within the humanitarian and development sectors, a compelling call resonates; the need to localise aid and make it more participatory and community-based. This clarion call emphasizes that humanitarian action should be ‘as local as possible, as...

Localisation Update Newsletter October 2023

2023 - Guatemala, Kenya, Malawi ...

Localisation initiatives within the organisation.

Save The Children Supply Chain Policies and procedures do not flow down by default; all funded partners are expected to utilise their policies and procedures as long as they comply with the Save The Children Supply Chain Minimum Requirements Annex...

The dramatic escalation in violence witnessed in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) and Israel is deeply alarming with horrendous consequences for children’s lives and wellbeing. Currently collaborating with over 30 partners, Save the...

Greece’s complex asylum system and lack of a special residence permit for unaccompanied children on the move often leaves child refugees and migrants without basic civil documentation, undermining their basic rights, their safety and their...

8 years of war, together with decades of historical conflict in Yemen, have left a deadly legacy of explosive ordnance (EO), including landmines, across the country – threatening children’s lives, their childhoods, and their futures. For many, the...