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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...

In today's world the resources are available to guarantee a decent life to each and every child, free from misery, hunger, abuse and exploitation. What we are lacking is the absolute determination of the world community and its leaders to apply...

Annual Report 2002. International Save the Children Alliance

2003 - Central Asia, East Africa, Latin America ...

Members of the International Save the Children Alliance work together as a federation by pooling resources, establishing common positions on issues and carrying out joint projects. They represent the world's largest independent global movement...

This report has been undertaken as part of the International Save the Children Alliance, Southeast, East Asia and Pacific Region Regional Advocacy Plan and presents the findings of a comparative study of the relevant legal provisions of the six...

These children's stories form the backbone of this year's annual report. The children's own accounts illustrate the dramatic living conditions faced by so many, more effectively than statistics and abstract information. Like the picture on the...

This paper was prepared as a contribution to the UN Study on the Impact of Armed Conflict on Children (the "Machel" study). It describes the psychosocial effects of armed conflict on children and outlines principles that should be factored into...

Save the Children International Annual Review 2009

2010 - Jamaica, St Kitts, St Lucia ...

This Annual Review showcases Save the Children’s achievements in 2009 in the framework of the organisation’s ambitious new global 2010-2015 strategy aimed at increasing the scope and scale of their work to change children’s lives by 2015. As part...

'Note for Implementing and Operational Partners by UNHCR and Save the Children-UK on Sexual Violence & Exploitation: The Experience of Refugee Children in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone based on Initial Findings and Recommendations from...

100 years ago, our founder Eglantyne Jebb changed the course of history when she declared that all children have rights. This revolutionary idea became the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and sparked a global movement – one that...

The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, adopted 30 years ago, has contributed to a transformation of historic proportions. On most measures, the lives of children today are on average dramatically better than 30 years ago. Hundreds of...