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Save the Children, HAQ: Centre for Child Rights, Plan International, Terre des Hommes, and CRY: Child Rights and You launches a new comprehensive rights-based report which, for the first time, objectively measures the extent to which the South...

In Afghanistan, children’s access to education has improved considerably during the last decade. Yet, the general security situation in many parts of Afghanistan has been steadily deteriorating, with increased threats and attacks against schools,...

Breaking the Cycle of Crisis presents expert synthesis of and reflections on four research-based evaluations of Save the Children’s Rewrite the Future work to improve the quality of children’s education in Afghanistan, Angola, Nepal and South...

Mobile Technology in Emergencies

2012 - Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Haiti ...

The explosive growth in access to mobile phones across the developing world provides a unique opportunity for the humanitarian sector. But the full potential of mobile phones to work as transformative tools in emergency response has not yet been...

Over the past decade Afghanistan has made tangible progress towards its social and development objectives and meeting the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Infant and under-five mortality have gone down from 111 and 161 per thousand live...

This report summarises the consultations with migrant children carried out in preparation for the Day of General Discussion (DGD) in five regions around the world over a period of 3 months, involving over 100 children. Children were consulted in...

Children in Afghanistan are living in a fragile state affected by conflict, yet face the additional threat of disasters which can devastate their lives. Save the Children believes that the most effective way to have an impact on disasters and to...

The Children of Uruzgan (CoU) program is a flagship partnership between the Australian Government and Save the Children Australia. It is a four year program aimed at enhancing access to, quality of, and use of basic health and education services...

Literacy Boost is Save the Children’s innovative, evidence based response to an alarming global trend—the rise in the numbers of children finishing primary school who are unable to read well enough to learn. This document gives a four page...