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After the double tragedy and devastation of Cyclone Idai in March 2019 and Cyclone Kenneth six weeks later, the people of Mozambique now face yet another crisis: a food security crisis. At least 433,056 households have had their land and crops...

This report shows that pneumonia, ‘the forgotten child killer,’ is responsible for the deaths of more children under five than any other disease. It kills two children in this age group every minute—more than malaria, diarrhoea, and measles...

This new, flagship report looks at the situation of children living in poverty in countries around the world, shining a light on the drivers of child poverty and exploring why it persists, even in some of the wealthiest places. We also hear from...

Save the Children’s Every Last Child campaign is fighting to change how the world thinks about – and tackles – the exclusion millions of the world’s poorest and most disadvantaged children face. Standing up for every last girl is at the heart of...

Extreme poverty continues to be a fatal outrage, but a disproportionate number of children who die or lose out on education are not ’just’ poor. Whether they live in a rich country or in one of the world’s poorest countries, they tend to...

El Nino has caused the third successive rainfall failure in some areas of Ethiopia, and from the middle of 2015 onwards the country has since been in a race against time to meet the resulting food needs of 10.2 million people. This precarious...

Save the Children’s analysis shows that even among the world’s most developed, powerful and rich economies, there can be vast disparity in how children are treated and how prosperous their futures appear to be. Many states are falling short of...

Globally, 3 million newborns die each year, mostly due to easily preventable or treatable causes, and more than a third (1 million per year) die on their first day of birth, making it the riskiest time for newborns and mothers almost everywhere. ...

Save the Children International Annual Review 2009

2010 - Jamaica, St Kitts, St Lucia ...

This Annual Review showcases Save the Children’s achievements in 2009 in the framework of the organisation’s ambitious new global 2010-2015 strategy aimed at increasing the scope and scale of their work to change children’s lives by 2015. As part...

The aim of this evaluation synthesis is to provide a review and summary of the available global evidence on community based child protection groups and their impact on children’s protection and well-being. It is guided by a Reference Group...

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