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The devastating Asia tsunami of December 26, 2004, was one of the biggest emergency responses in Save the Children’s history. Four years later, when the world’s focus had largely moved on, Save the Children continued to stand by hundreds of...

This report has been produced as a result of the consultations held between practitioners from the Save the Children Alliance Tsunami Programmes (TRP) operating in Indonesia, Sri Lanka and India in the 2004 Asian tsunami aftermath. The conference,...

Save the Children is growing and strengthening its capability to fight for children’s rights and to deliver immediate and lasting improvements worldwide. For nearly 90 years, national Save the Children organisations have committed themselves to...

Child rights fact sheet

2008 - Israel, Occupied Palestinian Territories

This two-page fact sheet gives key information on children’s rights, with focus on protection, poverty, health and education. The data is compiled on a bi-annual basis and made available to policy-makers and other stakeholders, in order to promote...

The devastating Asia tsunami of December 26, 2004 was one of the biggest emergency responses in Save the Children’s history. Three years later, Save the Children continued to stand by hundreds of thousands of children and family members who...

Education is a vital part of what we do and it will continue to play a vital role in our response to disasters. We know that the early provision of safe places to play and to learn is essential for children’s protection and recovery. This...

2005 was an extremely challenging year, involving large-scale responses to several natural disasters and a new global education campaign.Today, over 100 million children worldwide do not have the opportunity to go to school. By denying children...

Decades of insecurity have strongly affected the children in Afghanistan. Both health and education systems suffer from poor finances, lack of qualified professionals, and security problems. Afghanistan remains extremely poor and children suffer...

Though Angola’s 27-year civil war ended in 2002, the country still ranks as one of the worst places for children to grow up.The debt-ridden government spends much of its budget on food and health, leaving little for education.Save the Children is...

43 million children living in countries around the world wrecked by war and armed conflict are being left without the chance to go to school. This report is part of Save the Children’s five-year Rewrite the Future education initiative, which...