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Children from minority groups
Breakthrough in Nepal: reaching the unreached

Dukhiya Musahar, 29, lives in the low-land Nepali district of Sarlahi, bordering India to the south and flanked by the Sivalik Hills in the north. The green, fertile lands are more tropical than...

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In Vietnam, children from ethnic minority bear the brunt of under-nutrition

The most disadvantaged group in Vietnam, ethnic minority children have been facing a striking gap in nutrition and other development conditions in comparison with Kinh, the majority group. They may...

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Youth lead community mobilisation in Bangladesh

As part of our campaign in Bangladesh, Save the Children is working with local youth advocates and communities to raise awareness on and find solutions to challenges faced to access essential...

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Tax dodging: Why children pay up

I recently visited a rural area in Malawi, where the school only had enough classroom blocks for half of the children enrolled, the only health centre was run by a retired nurse and there was no...

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Malawi: understanding the need to reach every last child

In Malawi, Save the Children is campaigning for children living in the most remote areas who lack access to quality healthcare and education services. ...

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Why is it important to invest in children living in the rural Nicaragua?

Understand the real situation of children and adolescents in Nicaragua, know who they are and how they live - has been the objective of the "Study on Social Exclusion of Children and Adolescents in...

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El aporte de la familia en la educación de niñas y niños

Engaging father and mother in the education of their children is the goal of the project Promoting Quality Education in Mother Tongue Save the Children is carrying out in the municipality of...

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¿Por qué es necesario invertir en la niñez rural de Nicaragua?

Conocer la situación real de la niñez y adolescencia de Nicaragua, saber quiénes son y cómo viven los más pequeños en el país, ha sido el objetivo del “Estudio de Exclusión Social de la Niñez y...

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Unequal Portions - A Nutrition report launched at European Development Days

Unequal Portions is Save the Children’s new report on ending malnutrition for every last child....

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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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Improving maternal and newborn health in Bolivia

The Warmi methodology, first developed by Save the Children in Bolivia in 1990, aims at reaching out to women, including those with indigenous backgrounds, and integrate them through a...

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Addressing health inequities in Bangladesh

Save the Children Bangladesh and its partners, for the very first time, have agreed upon a broader consensus regarding increasing health budgets and adapting need-based programming policies in line...

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