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Today, around 1 billion adolescents live in developing countries and 145 million live in extremely poor households. Save the Children is committed to ensuring that every one of  these children is supported and empowered  to achieve their full...

This report details progress on our four key pillars of the global COVID-19 response from Q2 to Q4 2020. It uses data collected from countries against each of the indicators set out in the COVID-19 response plan and uses children’s stories to...

Catalogue of key resources to the Adolecent Wellbeing Framework. Resources are based from Save the Children’s experience working with and for adolescents as well as that of other organisations around the world. The resources are organised...

Globally, pneumonia remains one of the leading causes of under-five child mortality; a child dies of pneumonia every 39 seconds. In Indonesia, childhood pneumonia is the second highest cause of underfive child mortality. However, scientific...

Save the Children carried out a global survey of children and their families to determine the impact of COVID-19 on the access to health, education, livelihoods and protection, and to collect the views of children. It is the most complete and...

Save the Children carried out a global survey of children and their families to determine the impact of COVID-19 on the access to health, education, livelihoods and protection, and to collect the views of children. It is the most complete and...

Au Mali, la mortalité maternelle et néonatale reste élevée, avec 325 décès maternels pour 100 000 naissances vivantes et 33 décès néonataux pour 1000 naissances vivantes, comparée à 368 décès maternels pour 100 000 naissances vivantes et 34 décès...

This report presents a combination of results and includes both a Baseline study for key indicators, as well as post-distribution monitoring for indicators related to the cash transfer component of the program. The results of the Baseline (+PDM)...

About 60 percent of the children live in poor households in Zambia. Most of these children live in rural areas where the incidence of extreme poverty is five times higher at 76.6 percent than urban levels at 12.8 percent, raising the need and...

The Government of Indonesia (GOI) has introduced pneumococcal conjugate vaccines (PCV) as a pilot in October 2017 in five districts of Nusa Tenggara Barat (NTB) (Lombok Barat, Lombok Timur, Lombok Utara, Lombok Tengah, and Mataram) and three...

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