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Children from minority groups
We are doing a EU Health Cheque... see the results

A new report from Save the Children, titled EU Health Cheque, urges an increase in the priority afforded to health in development assistance. It outlines why and how support for health for middle...

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The Every Last Child Campaign successfully integrates the most deprived in Sylhet

As a part of the Every Last Child Campaign, Save the Children and its’ partners have successfully arranged four medical camps in two sub-districts of the most deprived Sylhet division of Bangladesh...

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One step closer to universal health care in Burkina Faso

On September 2015, the government in Burkina Faso adopted a policy to ensure Universal Health Coverage (UHC) for all Burkinabe. In early 2016, Burkina Faso transformed this law into a landmark...

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As the world marks International Literacy Day, Thailand faces a reading crisis

Save the Children is calling for action on Thailand’s reading crisis as the world celebrates the 51st International Literacy Day, which highlights the importance of reading and writing across the...

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Innovative app aims to reach every last child in Bangladesh

Save the Children’s innovative urban project Kolorob launched two community programmes, engaging over 580 community members at schools in Bauniabadh and Paris Road, Mirpur Dhaka in early September...

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Malian youth push forward the Every Last Child agenda

Since the launch of the Every Last Child campaign, Malian Youth Associations have been building the momentum towards lasting change. The latest feather in their cap was their meeting with Mrs...

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Niñez rural conoce sus derechos humanos

In Nicaragua as part of the global campaign, we are campaigning with children and adolescents to reflect and discuss on issues such as human rights, social exclusion, investment in children and the...

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New promises for our children

Originally published in The Dhaka Tribune....

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Meet Baby McKline: A special delivery from Save the Children and GSK partnership 

Mckline is a special little boy. Almost two years old, he lives in Bungoma, Kenya with his parents Catherine and Fredrick. They are already saving for his education and have ambitions for him to be...

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Boda Boda’ ambulances…Simple and lifesaving for mothers and children

34 year old Godwin Simiyu is a trained cyclist under the Save the Children GSK sponsored boda boda ambulance project. Godwin is literally a star among his community members - he operates within...

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“My baby survived through Kangaroo Mother Care,” 

(Co-authored by Teresa Akun)...

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Action for Nutrition in Germany

With 3.1 million children dying every year because of undernutrition and a funding gap of about USD 10 billion to reach the six nutrition targets set by the World Health Assembly (of the World...

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