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Five years of Za’atari – last hope of schooling for Syrian teens

Five years ago today, Za’atari camp opened in the north of Jordan to deal with the sudden influx of refugees fleeing conflict and brutality inside Syria.... Read more

Refugee Education Crisis Looming in Uganda

With nearly one million refugees expected to have crossed the border from South Sudan to Uganda by the end of this month, Save the Children is calling for education to be put at the centre of a... Read more

One In Every Four Children Being Robbed Of Their Childhood, New Report from Save the Children finds

One quarter of the world's children are being denied a childhood, a new report from Save the Children has revealed. The report includes a global index ranking the places where childhood is most and... Read more

Kenya to host the Global Goals World Cup tournament ahead of the International Women’s Day

Nairobi, Kenya (February 7, 2017) – A regional tournament for women supporting the United Nations 17 Global Goals dubbed ‘Global Goals World Cup (GGWCup)’, will be held in Nairobi Kenya on 5th... Read more

World is more than 450 years off target from meeting child poverty promise

The world is 452 years away from delivering on the promise of ending extreme child poverty, new figures commissioned by Save the Children show. This timescale of four and half centuries is as... Read more

One girl under 15 married every seven seconds

One girl under 15 is married every seven seconds, according to new analysis by Save the Children that reveals the scale of the threat posed by child marriage to education, health and children’s... Read more

New photo series of refugee children by Patrick Willocq released ahead of first ever World Humanitarian Summit

Award-winning photographer Patrick Willocq has produced a striking new series of images depicting what it’s really like to be a refugee child. Read more

Half of all refugee children are out of school leaving them exposed to exploitation and abuse

Monday 16th May 2016 - At least 3.5 million refugee children around the world are currently out of school, leaving them increasingly vulnerable to discrimination and potential abuse, as well as... Read more

Four in ten adults worldwide claim their childhoods blighted by discrimination – new research from Save the Children

Aid organisation reveals that millions of the world’s poorest children are being denied life-saving services because of who they are and where they live; Charity launches new campaign to reach ... Read more

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