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The third report of Save the Children's Stop the War on Children campaign reveals shocking trends in the threats to the safety and wellbeing of children living in areas impacted by conflict. While fewer children are living in conflict-affected...

The conflict that began in Syria in March 2011 has resulted in the largest displacement crisis in the world: over six million Syrians are currently living as internally displaced people (IDPs) and, in 2019, people inside of Syria continue to be...

Over the past five years, the war in Yemen has had a devastating impact on the children in Yemen, including on their mental health. Save the Children interviewed over 1,250 children, parents and other adult caregivers across three governorates in...

Palestinian children have lived the entirety of their lives under military occupation and conflict. Many Palestinian children are exposed to dangers on their way to and from school and in the classroom. While the scale of attacks on children’s...

A COVID-19 crisis in Al Hol would be a children’s crisis. Children in the camp, many with already weakened immune systems or underlying health conditions as a result of living in desperate conditions during their formative years, may struggle to...

Since 2014, an armed conflict has been ongoing in eastern Ukraine. An estimated 5.2 million people are affected by the conflict. This study aims to help fill a gap in evidence concerning the gendered impact of the conflict on boys and girls of...

Ten years of conflict has affected the lives of millions of children in Syria, killing thousands. In 2019 alone, 251 children were killed in North West Syria alone during conflict. The conflict has also decimated civilian infrastructure, and...

The study ”Struggling to Survive” identifies and deepens the understanding of informal practices used and experiences of unaccompanied and separated migrant children during the course of their migration journey. Refugees and migrants, including...

This guidance note provides information on using educational facilities/temporary learning centres as shelters, markets and treatment units for COVID-19. It was developed by the Education in Emergencies Working Group Nigeria.

60% of refugees in Uganda are children, and hundreds of thousands are out of school. Classrooms are dangerously overcrowded and teachers are overwhelmed. This photo book looks at the progress and challenges in getting refugee and host community...

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