'Nothing about us, without us': India calls for Citizens engagement 16 Apr 2015


Save the Children India, along with partners, hosted Citizens' Hearing to engage citizens on goals for women and children's health...

Pakistan's success in three areas of child survival 9 Apr 2015


Save the Children in Pakistan has seen successes in three areas of child survival - in scaling up nutrition, engaging midwives, and in training marriage registrars and the police in order to reduce rates of child marriage.

Mother Knows Best! How radio is improving child nutrition in Nepal 9 Apr 2015


The USAID-funded Suaahara ‘Good Nutrition’ Program has made impressive strides since its 2011 launch in Nepal

Comprehensive Newborn Care Package (CNCP) launched in Bangladesh to improve newborn survival 9 Apr 2015

Michael McGrath, Country Director, Save the Children in Bangladesh delivering his speech as special guest

The Government of Bangladesh adopted evidence-based, newborn death-cause-specific four new newborn interventions for national scale-up in July 2013. At the same time, it declared its commitment to ending preventable child deaths in the country by 2035 in the declaration on ‘Ending Preventable Child Deaths by 2035: Bangladesh Call for Action’. This declaration categorically included essential newborn care, new newborn health interventions and specialized newborn care and district and sub-district level as the strategy to reduce newborn mortality.

Q&A on Save the Children Norway's 'Birth of an Invoice' campaign 31 Mar 2015


Lisa Brodshaug, Campaign Advisor at Redd Barna (Save the Children Norway) answers a few questions about their recent 'Birth of an Invoice' Campaign.

Giving birth during Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu 24 Mar 2015

Save the Children is responding in Vanuatu after Cyclone Pam disaster...