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Nigeria launches 2015 endpoint report on MDGs at Social Good Summit 4 Dec 2015


...As Save the Children advocates for children engagement for SDGS

Save the Children uses World Prematurity Day to refocus attention on newborn deaths 13 Nov 2014

Save the Children country offices will participate in the 4th World Prematurity Day (WPD) on Monday, 17 November.

Health workers join Race for Survival China 23 Oct 2013


By Qian Xiaofeng, Save the Children

Interview with a health worker, Qi Li Ge Er, 30, who is from Beijing Haiding District, and works at the Wanshou Lu Community  Health Station. She is a general practitioner, and an ethnic minority Mongol. In October 2012, she represented Save the Children in the Beijing Marathon. This year, upon hearing about our participation in support of health workers to improve child survival, she signed up to run with again.

Q: Why are you so keen to represent Save the Children?

Nigeria:Using Social Media in the Post 2015 debate 17 Apr 2013


5 April 2013 marked 1,000 days left to deliver the eight Millennium Development Goals, and 4,594 days since 150 countries made a commitment towards achieving this. If the world can deliver on these commitments, this could mean, amongst other bold achievements, meeting Millennium Development Goal 4: reducing the under-five mortality rate by two-thirds between 1990 and 2015, and saving the lives of 4.4 million children in these last 1,000 days.

The Future of Campaigning 18 Mar 2013

Campaigners around the world gather at the world’s most symbolic places for achieving change – the Apartheid Museum in South Africa.

Celebrity chef visits health and nutrition programmes in Bangladesh 5 Oct 2012


Last week Save the Children Canada went to Bangladesh for their first celebrity and blogger trip to visit health and nutrition programmes.