Global Campaign

Friday 31 July 2020

Save the Children warns of rising temperatures as the country finds its feet after COVID19


Analysis shows a dramatic decline in public online conversations about the climate in Asia


Tuesday 2 June 2020

Fighting online violence against children in Sri Lanka


COVID19’s impact on Sri Lanka has been immense with particularly severe consequences for children. As the pandemic spread across the globe, many countries, Sri Lanka included, went into various forms of lockdown to contain the spread. Schools in the country closed on March, 13, and, with island-wide curfew declared on March, 20, 4.2 million children of school going age were, and still are, confined to their homes.

Thursday 22 December 2016

Every Last Child Campaign; Save the Children in Sri Lanka conducts an Advocacy Forum focusing issues faced by children of migrated parents

Save the Children on 16th of December conducted an “Advocacy Forum” focusing on the impact of parental migration on children. The Advocacy Forum is an initial kick off of a three year campaign called “Every Last Child”, conducted globally with the aim to catalyze positive change for millions of excluded children.

Tuesday 14 June 2016

Pre-Launch and Children's Consultation of Every Last Child Campaign in Sri Lanka

Save the Children in Sri Lanka conducted the pre-launch of the “Every Last Child” campaign where 175 children from all the districts of Sri Lanka were consulted and children themselves identified key issues of children left behind and presented to the His Excellency President of Sri Lanka. The process took place during 11th to 13th of June as part of the National Children’s Council annual summit.  

Wednesday 22 October 2014

"Race for Survival 2014", Children in Sri Lanka running against the Clock on Saving Children’s Lives and improving their Healthy Living