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The conflict in Ukraine and the subsequent increase in the cost of living has brought unbearable challenges in the life of millions of children. Families and children in vulnerable situations are among those most exposed to the daunting impact of...

To coincide with World Human Rights Day, on the 10th of December, CP will be launching the Paris Principles Handbook, a comprehensive field handbook addressing the recruitment and use of children by armed forces and groups for practitioner and...

Save the Children is a worldwide leading independent organization for children with presence in 120 countries. We have been operating in Somalia since 1951.This initiative is led by the BRCiS consortium and funded by the European Union....

Save the Children have spoken to over 50,000 children across 6 continents, including over 8,000 children across different countries in the Middle East and North Africa region, to find out what they think about climate change and economic...

Climate change isn’t a threat to the future. For the world’s 2.4 billion children, it’s a global emergency today. The Generation Hope report sets out why this emergency is deeply connected to inequality – including compelling new evidence on the...

The Red Alert Start-up Guide is part of the “Starter Pack” for Red Alert National Chapter. Based on lessons learnt from Red Alert Nepal, this document aims to guide the campaign’s implementation process in other Asian countries by sharing good...

The Global Alliance for Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience in the Education Sector and The Worldwide Initiative for Safe Schools (January 2017).

This material is documenting children’s experiences in Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) is one of the key activities implemented under the Child-led Disaster Risk Reduction in the Urban Bangkok Metropolitan Region, Thailand project. This project was...

Lessons Learned from implementing integrated child protection and Disaster Risk Reduction in the Deep South of Thailand and Mindanao in the Philippines

The climate crisis is affecting children and their rights first and worst, and will continue to affect future generations of children. Across the world, a growing global movement of children are demanding climate action, providing leadership on...

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