No child should be excluded from the opportunity to survive and learn, yet millions of children globally are being left behind simply because of who they are and where they live.

Over the next three years, Save the Children will work to ensure that 15 million of the world's excluded children have access to life-saving healthcare and quality education – contributing towards progress on the 2030 global goals that prevents 600,000 child deaths and helps 50 million more children to learn.

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Holding the African Union Member States accountable to children

Worldwide, more than 700 million women and girls, alive today, were married before their 18th birthday. Despite the progress, the figures are still alarming - 125 million African women and girls...

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African leaders must step up commitments to supporting girls’ education, especially during crises!

Nyakat is a 15-year-old South-Sudanese refugee girl who lives in a camp in Gambella, Ethiopia. In 2014, she fled the war in her home town Juba with her younger brother and found refuge in Kenya. In...

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Accompanying Aide, our girl ambassador to World Health Assembly

19-year old Aide from Potosi, Bolivia, had the chance to participate in the World Health Assembly in Geneva this past week. The days were long, exciting and emotional. Aide had two interventions in...

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Campaigning in countries

See how we are tackling exclusion, country by country.

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Children the world chooses to forget

See how we want to ensure every last child survives and learns.

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