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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...

Most nutrition training targeting nutrition and health workers focuses on curing malnutrition. However, most would agree that for societal issues with negative consequences it is equally crucial to focus on interventions that strengthen prevention...

Localisation Update Newsletter October 2023

2023 - Guatemala, Kenya, Malawi ...

Localisation initiatives within the organisation.

In 2022 CUBIC explored application of behavioral science to improve medical incident reporting in Save the Children run clinical settings in Rwanda and Bangladesh. This report presents research findings and trial results as well exploring future...

Rapid Integrated Response for Children (RIRE) is a mechanism that seeks to include education in rapid responses to help children aged between four and twelve to safely return to learning within the first three months of a crisis. This innovative...

The factsheet is a snapshot of our Child Rights Governance work and country’s strategic impact in 2022 based on our reach figures, examples of evidence of our work, advocacy and policy wins, case studies and voices from the children. We continue...

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...

One in three girl migrants interviewed in North Africa experienced or witnessed sexual abuse or other forms of gender-based violence while fleeing their home countries to find safety, according to a new study released by Save the Children today....

Localisation is one of the Kenya country office priorities in 2023. To promote the understanding of localisation and what we are doing about it locally and globally the Kenya country office will be sharing a monthly bulletin to shed more light on...

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...