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Save the Children in Afghanistan is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-political, and independent international organisation which has been working for Afghanistan since 1976. Save the Children is committed to supporting children through...

The brief is based on interviews with more than 70 children between the ages of 6 and 15 across seven provinces in Afghanistan, including Balkh, Faryab, Jawzjan, Kandahar, Kunduz, Nangarhar, and Sar-i-Pul. Interviews were conducted at the end of...

Pneumonia is the world’s leading infectious killer of children, claiming the lives of more than 800,000 children under the age of five every year, more than 2,000 every day. It is a shocking demonstration of pervasive health inequities...

Afghanistan is a disaster-prone country that is one of the world’s most complex humanitarian emergencies. Entering its 18th year of crisis, two out of three Afghan live in areas directly affected by conflict. In 2019, it is expected that 6.3...

We are in the midst of a profound  ‘returns-first’ shift in the global politics of child displacement. In response to soaring numbers of displaced worldwide –68.5 million, of which more than half are children – governments around the world are...

For children in Afghanistan, the war has exacted a heavy toll of suffering and continues to pose a number of profound threats. Prolonged conflict exposes children to toxic levels of stress, affects their access to education and health facilities...

This report assesses the impact on children of being returned from Europe to Afghanistan. Through interviews with individual children, their parents or guardians, and with governmental and non-governmental actors, it builds a picture of children...

This country factsheet provides a snapshot of the Multi-Country South Asia (MSA) Global Fund HIV Programme in Afghanistan, including program goals, key activities and results. The MSA programme contributed to the development and strengthening of...

This GCPEA briefing paper examines the increasing rates of children who are out of school in Afghanistan, despite the government's efforts to expand quality education. The ongoing conflict, increasing insecurity, and, specifically, attacks on...

The Residential phase of the Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme (CPiE PDP) is a two-week training during which the participants develop knowledge and skills to design and implement high-quality Child Protection in...

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