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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...

Malawi has made significant progress in improving nutrition outcomes in the past decades. Despite this, the rates of stunting and anaemia remain high and overweight and obesity amongst women is rising. Malawi remains one of the most committed...

The Right to Survive

2022 - Somalia

It is now 15 years since Save the Children first arrived in the coastal areas of Puntland. When we first arrived in Puntland, the main objective was to respond to the Tsunami disaster that hit many countries in eastern regions of Somalia in 2004....

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...

This Multi Sector Needs Assessment report provide insights on the current humanitarian situation and multi-sector needs and priorities in the locations in Adamawa state where Save the Children is currently implementing its programmes. The needs of...

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...

Background: The 2020 global estimates on child labour saw an increase of child labour globally for the first time in 20 years – from 152 million to 160 million, and an estimated increase of child labour at around another 10 million by the end of...

This technical brief describes USAID Growth through Nutrition Activity’s efforts to break the intergenerational cycle of malnutrition in Ethiopia by implementing social and behavior change activities to improve adolescent nutrition,...

Rwanda has made impressive progress in improving access to education achieving universal enrollment and gender equality over the past decade and a half. Still, significant challenges remain in ensuring that children acquire even basic literacy...