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Everyone has the right to good sexual and reproductive health (SRH). Lack of SRH services seriously impacts women, men and adolescents and the realisation of their sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). Globally, governments must do...

Over 80 percent of high mortality countries not achieving Millennium Development Goals 4 and 5 (related to child and maternal mortality) suffered recent conflict, natural disasters or both. Ninety-three per cent of the highest neonatal mortality...

Save the Children co-leads the adolescent sexual and reproductive (ASRH) sub-working group within the Inter-Agency Working Group on Reproductive Health in Crises (IAWG) and works with other group members to garner support for a roving ASRH...

As negotiations have started on a WHO convention, agreement or other international instrument on pandemic prevention, preparedness and response, it is critically important to make the case for a comprehensive and integrated approach to pandemic...

Accountability – the beating heart of UHC is the second briefing of our series ‘COVID-19 and the Case for Universal Health Coverage’. The connection between civic space, civil society engagement and access to healthcare has been sharply...

Health Workers Save Lives

2011 - West and Central Africa

In 2009, 8 million children died before they reached the age of 5. It doesn’t have to be this way. Health workers, properly supported and equipped, can prevent most child deaths. The world is short of more than 3.5 million health workers....

While millions of children are denied the right to survive, learn and be protected due to the COVID-19 pandemic, current discussions on pandemic preparedness fail to address their needs and rights. Children’s rights to health, education and...

The Wilton Park Dialogue, in partnership with Save the Children and the UK Department for International Development, brought together 50 experts in the field of mental health and psychosocial support in January 2018. Together they looked at...

This short video is on breaking the menstrual discrimination and taboos with girls at family level. This video gives message to sensitize parents to treat well during menstrual periods with their girls and do not discriminate against them.

Save the Children and partners have worked for decades to address different forms of equity. Geographic inequity because of topographic reasons has put Bangladesh behind for which Save the Children advocated for a more inclusive and equitable...

Tout le monde est en droit d’avoir accès à des services de santé sexuelle et reproductive de qualité. Le manque de services de santé sexuelle et reproductive a de graves répercussions sur les femmes, les hommes, les adolescentes et les adolescents...

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