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Save the Children have spoken to over 50,000 children across 6 continents, including over 8,000 children across different countries in the Middle East and North Africa region, to find out what they think about climate change and economic...

The Global Medical Team are pleased to share their first ever Annual Safety and Quality Audit Report. In Q4 2021, 14 audits were conducted across 7 priority countries to assess the safety & quality of SCI-delivered medical services. Led by the...

This report, the fourth in the ‘Consult Us on What Concerns Us’ series, details the consultations Save the Children’s Kenya team held with children to explore the impact of hunger on their lives and to give children the space to share their...

Save the Children in Nigeria launched a consultation with children to hear their views on hunger, our programs, and the wider humanitarian response. Save the Children spoke with children from SC supported communities in Borno and Katsina states in...

This dashboard provides updated country-by-country information about the following: principal gaps and challenges in each country’s response critical partnerships and current projects, advocacy and other activities underway to address the...

This factsheet provides an overview of the Saving Women and Preterm Babies project (SWAP), a three-year project being implemented in five health facilities in the four divisions of Kampala in conjunction with the Ministry of Health (MOH), Kampala...

Situated in the southwestern region of Nigeria, Oyo state has the highest prevalence (34.5 percent) of stunting among children under five; and two out of three children have anaemia. The prevalence is even higher among the economically...

The Multi-Sector Framework for Action Roll-out Guide is UNHCR-Save the Children resource that complements the “IYCF Framework” (Infant and Young Child Feeding in Refugee Situations: A multi-sector framework for action). The guide...

This brief describes Save the Children’s experience adapting and piloting the Change through Culture approach under Sponsorship Program in Mali. Change through Culture is a social and behavior change approach that engages traditional...

This report for the USAID-funded Albarka project, which translates to “realized hope” and “human well-being” in many languages of Mali, discusses formative research conducted in 12 villages across four regions of Mali to...