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Tanu Anand, Global Campaign Communications Manager
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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Protecting adolescent mothers in Bolivia

18-year-old Blanca lives with her 2-year-old daughter, Maria, in one of the major cities in Bolivia. Four years ago, her mother passed away, so she dropped out of school to take care of her...

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Escaping child marriage in South Sudan

Ayen is a 15-year-old girl from Bor in South Sudan. When war broke out in Bor, she fled to Awerial County with her father and step-mother. While in Awerial, Ayen was told by her father that she...

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Community health workers saving children's lives in hard to reach areas

Each year more than six million children under the age of five die of preventable causes. Nearly two million of these deaths are attributable to just three causes: pneumonia, diarrhoea and malaria....

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We can't afford to have a lost generation of children in Za'atari Camp

Two million children inside Syria and 700,000 Syrian refugee children are out of school as a result of the crisis in Syria. Some of the most excluded children live in Za'atari camp in Jordan, where...

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Migrant Children Deserve Equal Chance to Attend School in Thailand

Thailand has a long history of hosting migrants and refugees from neighboring countries as they flee conflict and extreme poverty. Over the past decade alone, hundreds of thousands of migrant...

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Haki Yake (her rights) in Tanzania

Witness Mwaijaga is a popular Tanzanian singer. She knows the problems of children in her country and recently composed a song on child marriage, a focus of Save the Children's Every Last Child...

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