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This three page brief summarises how Save the Children has been working with the government of Nigeria and partners to expand and strengthen its social protection system using an evidence-based approach. The brief first details some of the major...

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.

This briefing was developed as part of a series on child marriage and accountability showcasing lessons-learned from Save the Children programming around the world. It details work with girls who have survived child marriage in the Sahel Region....

READY: Global Readiness for Major Disease Outbreak Response

2019 - Bangladesh, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Indonesia ...

This fact sheet provides a brief overview of READY- Save the Children's initiative for increasing global readiness for response to major disease outbreaks. READY brings together the best parts of what works across the consortium’s operational,...

The paper presents the summary findings of the endline evaluation of the Child Development Grant Programme (CDGP), conducted by the e-Pact consortium and led by Oxford Policy Management. The main objective of the evaluation was to describe the...

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...

This briefing was developed as part of a series on child marriage and accountability showcasing lessons-learned from Save the Children programming around the world. It details work with an interactive story collection app to provide insights into...

Children’s experiences are different from those of adults and we believe that children are well placed to articulate their own needs and desires. As such this assessment, which is a part of Save the Children’s Protecting Children in Conflict ...

Many children in Borno State and Northeast Nigeria are risking not receiving an education. A lack of education, and subsequently a loss of job opportunities, has the potential of fueling additional cycles of violence and forced migration in the...

The Household Economy Approach (HEA) was developed in the early 1990s by Save the Children UK in order to assist humanitarian practitioners in predicting short-term changes in a population’s access to food. It is a livelihoods-based framework for...

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