Skip to main content

Find a Report

The latest report by the Polish Migration Forum Foundation, supported by Save the Children Poland, highlights significant deficiencies in the provision of psychological support to residents of guarded centers for foreigners (SOC) in Poland....

In the current era of data revolution, addressing the prevalent challenges of food and nutrition insecurity necessitates the establishment of a robust monitoring and evaluation system founded on a proven and reliable data management protocol. In...

Funded by Save the Children Italy, the Malawi Localisation Pilot Project (Dec 2021-May 2023) aimed at strengthening the capacity of government structures and civil society in Zomba and Neno districts in Malawi to prevent emergencies and respond...

Save the Children Sierra Leone describe the journey to prohibition and elimination of corporal punishment in schools, including advocacy initiatives, the many factors in achieving legislative progress, and the ongoing challenge to address...

Approximately 25 young climate activists from Cambodia, Hong Kong, Laos, Nepal, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, and Thailand convened virtually with Dr. Philip Jaffé, a United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child representative. They addressed...

In Cambodia, violence against children (VAC) is a serious concern, with more than 50% of children having experienced violent discipline by caregivers. As part of its strategy to address VAC, Save the Children International Cambodia has been using...

In November 2022, Save the Children Kenya & Madagascar launched the inaugural digital innovation challenge targeting young people aged between 18 and 35 years. The digital innovation challenge sought to: 1. Identify digital solutions with high...

Parenting without Violence (PwV) was adopted as one of Save the Children’s Common Approaches in 2017 based on promising evidence that interventions implemented across the socio-ecological model (child, interpersonal, community, and system levels)...

This is our seventh report in Save the Children’s ‘Stop the War on Children’ series. Five years on since our first Stop the War on Children report, more and more children find themselves in contexts affected by conflict, with devastating...

“Amplifying the Children’s Voices of Returned Children in Macomia and Palma, Cabo Delgado”, consulted 120 girls and boys who have returned to Palma and Macomia about the places they have returned to; the challenges they face in their every-day...

Previous
Previous