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Save the Children is campaigning at an international and national level to achieve the greatest impact for children with the Every Last Child Campaign. Save the Children in Nigeria aims to revolutionize the way the country treats children in the...

The terrorist group Jama’atu Ahlus Sunnah Lid Da’awati Wal Jihad, more commonly referred to as Boko Haram and loosely translated to “Western education is forbidden”, have carried out terrible atrocities in the north-east of Nigeria since 2009....

Children in North East Nigeria are paying the heaviest price for seven years of brutal insurgency, coupled with months of intensified fighting between insurgents and the Nigerian government. Violence has forced a million children to flee their...

Nigeria has the second-largest economy in Africa, yet its benefits have not been shared fairly. Approxiamtely 55% of all children in the country are malnurished, totalling the highest number in Sub-Saharan Africa. Those in Northeastern Nigeria...

Save the Children’s European Refugee Crisis Response Dashboard provides the latest information on the European Refugee Crisis in Europe. This short report provides key figures and information on the current state of the crisis in Europe, as of...

This report is a continuation on the Tell me More! Project from 2007, and identifies areas where additional focus is required in order to improve CSE and HIV research, policy, programming and implementation. It builds on additional primary...

Children in North East Nigeria are paying the heaviest price for seven years of brutal insurgency, coupled with months of intensified fighting between insurgents and the Nigerian government. Violence has forced a million children to flee their...

Breastfeeding: Policy Matters

2015 - Bangladesh, Indonesia, Nigeria ...

The health outcomes of breastfeeding and the risks of not breastfeeding for infants, mothers, families and society are well established. In high-, middle- and low-income countries, breastfeeding promotes optimal mental and physical development...

Children without Appropriate Care (CwAC) is a priority area for Save the Children’s child protection work for the period 2010-2015. In working toward this priority, Save the Children embarked on a multi-country participatory research initiative...

Children without appropriate care (CwAC) is a focus area for Save the Children’s child protection work for the period 2010-2015. The goal is that by 2015, 4.6 million children without appropriate care, and their families, including children...