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Street Children
Meet Anoyara: our youth delegate at UNGA71

Follow our other youth delegate, Hiba....

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Q&A: A win for the street working children in India

The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) in India has, on the basis of our advocacy, developed a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for street children. We spoke to Bidisha...

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Protegiendo la niñez en Tumaco

Making sure that every last child has the right to survive, learn and be protected are the main objectives of the open spaces led by Save the Children in Tumaco, Colombia. Created in some of the...

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Farhad Darya hosts a concert for children in Afghanistan

To commemorate International Children's Day on 1 June and World Day Against Child Labour on 12 June, Save the Children’s celebrity ambassador in Afghanistan, Farhad Darya hosted a concert...

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La música, una herramienta de paz

Camilo is only 14 years old but has already experienced tough situations in his life. He and his family had to leave their native Medellin after the murder of his mother. The new city, Tumaco, in...

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Leave no child behind

This first appeared on Republica - Nepal Republic Media...

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Bangladesh Child Parliament – a platform to showcase adolescent children’s voice and active citizenship

The 13th session of the “Child Parliament” was held on 31 May, 2016 in Dhaka, involving 84 child parliamentarians representing 64 districts and 20 special regions. The meeting was supported by Save...

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“I get scared if I sleep alone”

Ramjan, 11, has been on the streets of Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, for more than four years. Like him, hundreds of thousands of children live on the streets, sleeping in train and bus...

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The most excluded children must be protected from violence in order to survive and learn

Violence is at the core of the harsh reality faced by the most deprived children all over the world. Violence can drive children into a status of marginalisation and the most marginalised children...

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How can we help street children in Afghanistan?

We're campaigning for street children in Afghanistan so that they can fulfil their rights to education and survival. Save the Children's Campaign Manager, Zubaida Akbar was interviewed by a leading...

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Every Last Child - the world's invisible children

Delphine received a losing ticket in the lottery of birth. She lives with her father and two brothers in a single-room makeshift mud and thatch hut on the fringes of Mbuji Mayi, a sprawling...

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