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This report confirms our previous analysis that child marriage is both a cause and result of poor education of girls in Nigeria, with 10+ million out-of-school children in the country, of which over 60% are girls. If a girl is out of school, the...

Covid One Year On: Why children are still out of school

2021 - Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Malawi ...

A snapshot survey carried out by Save the Children in 6 countries where schools have reopened, suggests that 18 months into the COVID-19 pandemic, significant numbers of the most vulnerable children are still out of school. This is not because of...

This Multi Sector Needs Assessment report provide insights on the current humanitarian situation and multi-sector needs and priorities in the locations in Borno state where Save the Children is currently implementing its programmes. The needs of...

As it is important that any gender analysis (and strategy) for children be based upon the insights of children, twenty-four children from conflict-affected northern Nigeria – including 12 girls and 12 boys aged 10 to 17 – were therefore...

As it is important that any gender analysis (and strategy) for children be based upon the insights of children, twenty-four children from conflict-affected northern Nigeria – including 12 girls and 12 boys aged 10 to 17 – were therefore...

This manifesto is written by children who took part in consultations in 2021 with Save the Children to discuss a key issue to them; safe education. The 300 children in 10 countries, in turn, represent millions of children caught in conflict and...

With support from Save the Children International Nigeria through its partnership with the Inclusive Friends Association (IFA), this situational analysis was commissioned to highlight Nigeria's socio-economic context and the inclusion of persons...

Killed and Maimed: A generation of violations against children

2020 - Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Cameroon ...

Millions of children are living in conflict. Hundreds of thousands of children have experienced grave violations of their rights – a quarter of a million violations against children have now been verified by the UN. Of these, more than 40% have...

This guidance note provides information on using educational facilities/temporary learning centres as shelters, markets and treatment units for COVID-19. It was developed by the Education in Emergencies Working Group Nigeria.

Pneumonia is the world’s leading infectious killer of children, claiming the lives of more than 800,000 children under the age of five every year, more than 2,000 every day. It is a shocking demonstration of pervasive health inequities...

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