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Save the Children Myanmar and The University of Sydney undertook this piece of research to examine the impact of social media use on youth living in two conflict-affected regions of Myanmar – Kayah and Rakhine States. The study focused on how...

Four years on from the launch of the Sustainable Development Goals, child mortality rates continue to fall, yet big inequalities in child survival persist. Deprived and marginalised children are far less likely to have access to basic healthcare...

The Rohingya Refugee Crisis is a children's emergency. Over a five-month period, 655,500 people have fled widespread violence in Myanmar, 58 percent of which have been children. Since arriving in refugee camps in Bangladesh, many of these...

Since 25 August 2017, Bangladesh has seen an unprecedented arrival of Rohingya refugees fleeing violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine State. Those who have fled speak of seeing children targeted for brutal sexual violence, and killed and maimed...

This report is the collaboration of Save the Children and the Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network with funding support from the Oak Foundation. This report examines current policy framework and practices in five countries, namely Malaysia,...

The Philippines has seen a steady decrease in the under-five child mortality in the past decades. From a child mortality rate of 42 per 1,000 live births in 1998, it is now down to 27 per 1,000 live births in 2015. This means that 27 out of 1,000...

Each year disasters have a major impact on children, youth and education systems. In the disaster-prone region of the Asia Pacific, around 200 million children per year will have their lives severely disrupted by disasters in the coming decades.1...

Thailand has a long history of hosting migrants and refugees from neighbouring countries as they flee conflict and poverty. The majority of migrant children in Thailand, 61% (or 225,000) are still not in school despite the existing Education for...

Typhoon Haiyan, known locally in the Philippines as typhoon Yolanda, was the deadliest rapid-onset disaster globally in 2013. Nearly 6 million children have been affected, 4.1 million people remain displaced and over 6,000 people lost their lives...

One year on from Typhoon Haiyan (local name Yolanda), children who survived the storm have looked back at the help they received and have given mixed reviews. In general, they are pleased with immediate actions taken by local government, and with...

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