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Save the Children and School Meals: Overview

2023 - Adolescent, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, Child-sensitive social protection ...

Save the Children is a global leader in humanitarian and development programming, reaching 125 million children in 120 countries. That reach includes girls and boys who eat nutritious meals through our school feeding programming. Save the Children...

Hunger Programmes Compendium 2023

2023 - Child Health, Child Poverty ...

This programme compendium highlights some of Save the Children’s nexus-based programming that address hunger comprehensively. The interventions referenced in this compendium utilise a combination of life-saving, early recovery and long-term...

Since 2022, Sri Lanka has been experiencing a complex and multidimensional macro-economic crisis that has now turned into a humanitarian emergency. The ability of families and communities to manage economic shocks has been significantly impacted,...

Sri Lanka Crisis: Rapid Needs Assessment

2022 - Child Poverty, Child Protection

Sri Lanka is experiencing complex and multidimensional economic collapse since COVID-19 in early 2020. The crisis in the macro-economic sphere is turning into a humanitarian emergency at micro-level as millions of people are experiencing acute...

Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme (CPiE PDP) is a six-month capacity building programme for mid-level child protection in emergencies practitioners. In the Asia Pacific region, three cycles have been completed...

A brief case study from Save the Children Sri Lanka describing the gender seeding approach in the implementation of Early Childhood Development parenting interventions with families working in the tea plantations.

Fact sheet - Children without appropriate care

2010 - Appropriate Care, Child Protection ...

A Save the Children fact sheet looking at key aspects of child protection with special focus on the sub-theme “children without appropriate care”, which encompasses children who are not receiving suitable, continuous and quality care,...

Save the Children Sweden (SCS) is clear in its belief that collaborating with civil society plays an important role in promoting, respecting, protecting and fulfilling children’s rights during emergencies: ‘We will always work with partner...

The devastating South Asia tsunami of December 26, 2004 triggered the largest disaster response in Save the Children’s history. Save the Children has continued to assist hundreds of thousands of children and family members in the hardest hit...

Reducing risks, Saving lives

2009 - Advocacy, Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) ...

This booklet addresses disaster risk reduction (DRR) as any activity carried out by a village, community, aid agency or government that helps vulnerable communities, and especially children, to prepare for, reduce the impact of, or prevent...

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