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COVID-19 was estimated to impact 1.6 billion students adding to the already existing learning crisis. The vulnerable groups of children such as those living in poverty, having a disability, and being at risk of child labour and displacement were...

Les compartimos el boletín que presenta las actividades y los logros alcanzados en este 2023. Dentro del documento encontrarán los principales logros y actividades realizadas por área temática. Son muchos los retos y desafíos que tenemos, pero...

Acute malnutrition is a persistent problem in Kenya’s drylands. In these settings, caregivers face geographic and economic challenges in accessing health services for malnourished children, leading to low service coverage and sub-optimal treatment...

Funded by Save the Children Italy, the Malawi Localisation Pilot Project (Dec 2021-May 2023) aimed at strengthening the capacity of government structures and civil society in Zomba and Neno districts in Malawi to prevent emergencies and respond...

At Save the Children, one of our key enablers of localisation is Partnerships, which is at the heart of our Theory of Change. In our partnership approach, we are moving away from project-based implementing partnerships to strategic partnerships,...

Insufficient platforms for children, as rights holders, to express their concerns regarding education and protection issues and engage with relevant duty bearers have posed a significant challenge, hindering the full realization and enjoyment of...

In the last two years, over 2 million children have fled their countries of origin to European countries. They have fled alone, or with their families, predominately from the devastating conflict in Ukraine, as well as conflicts in Syria,...

LIFT Lab is the global innovation team at Save the Children. ​ We support innovators to explore new solutions that accelerate impact for Children. ​ Our innovations have delivered results. For every dollar invested in LIFT LAB, our projects have...

Global Fund

Collection - Bangladesh

Save the Children has supported HIV and TB programs through the Global Fund in country and regional grants since 2009. From 2021-2023, we support six countries: Bangladesh, Bhutan, Côte d’Ivoire, Mali, Myanmar, and Nepal. Our programs target key...

Assess the effects of the integrated community case management (iCCM) strategy on mortality for children younger than five years of age in low- and middle-income countries.

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