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A brochure developed by Save the Children to promote the benefits of play in early childhood.

The Ministry of Social Development of Karnali Province in Nepal has approved the 5 year Early Childhood Care and Development plan. The inclusion of ECC in national strategy  has been documented rigorously in the document. The policy win is a good...

The Right to Survive

2022 - Somalia

It is now 15 years since Save the Children first arrived in the coastal areas of Puntland. When we first arrived in Puntland, the main objective was to respond to the Tsunami disaster that hit many countries in eastern regions of Somalia in 2004....

On 6 October 2022, Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) announced the first cholera case in the North of Lebanon. By 24 October, the Cholera has spread further to Mount Lebanon and East Lebanon mainly in Arsal, Baalbak and Central Bekaa Governorate...

The Return to Learning (RtL) program is an education program designed for use in the first phase of humanitarian response, or in protracted crises to improve school readiness before out-of-school children transition into non-formal education...

The development of a society is anchored on a practical and progressive education system. It is the foundation for human development, economic growth and an accelerator of modernity. Indeed, many of the challenges currently facing society today...

The Girls’ Education technical package (Part A) outlines Save the Children’s (SC) global theory of change for girls’ education. It is designed as guidance for all Save the Children and partner staff involved in girls’ education programming...

In September 2021, Save the Children published the Build Forward Better report,  purposefully using this title in recognition that we should not limit our ambition to building ‘back’ to how things were before the pandemic, but to build forward...

This learning brief is a collection of Save the Children (SC) practices from Uganda, Rwanda and Zambia country offices which serve as good practices for learning and replication by other country offices across the movement.

This report examines the specific teacher education model implemented in Karen areas of Myanmar, a model overseen by the Karen Teachers Working Group (KTWG) since 2002 and one that has extended well beyond support to teachers. The report draws...

Ce document d’information présente le nouvel Indice des risques pour l’éducation qui contient les nouvelles données disponibles pour 2021 ou 2022. Nous avons déterminé que quatre pays : l’Afghanistan, le Soudan, la Somalie et le...

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