Tuesday 10 May 2016

Save the Children Korea Documents education progrmme

Save the Children Korea (SCK) recently documented the Lufwanyama Education Project.

The aim of the visit was to document the human interest stories of marginalised children within the project areas of SCK operations in Zambia.

The Korean Team’s objectives was to capture video footage of marginalised children i.e capturing them in their everyday lives, taking into account how they have been surviving at home whilst sustaining their education.

Monday 17 August 2015

Urban Mothers Walk for Maternal Health

Several Ngos march for Maternal HealthThe Zambia Health Alliance for Maternal Neonantal and Child Health Committee held an awareness march on Saturday 17th March 2015 in order to raise awareness on the challenges that rural Zambian women face in child birth.

The walk was meant to create empathy on the hardships that rural mothers face due to the long distances they expereince from their homes to the clinics whenever they are in labour.

Tuesday 1 July 2014

Day of the African Child 2014

Last week, Save the Children celebrated Day of the African Child with children from Fountain of Hope. This year's theme is "A child friendly, quality, free and compulsory education for all children in Africa." The children also received blankets and books from Lubuto Library. The children sang very well, presented poems and plays and were such a marvel to watch. 


Thursday 5 June 2014

Remembering Eglantyne Jebb

In 1919, Eglantyne Jebb founded Save the Children, responding with humanitarian zeal to the devastating famine in postwar Europe. From her idyllic Shropshire childhood, Eglantyne went on to Oxford University, suffrage rallies, spiritualism, the Balkans, arrest in Trafalgar Square, saving starving children and pioneering universal children’s rights. Eglantyne Jebb is one of the most influential women of the 20th century and yet one of the least known.

Monday 12 May 2014


Save the Children’s State of the Worlds Mothers (SOWM) Report was started in 2000 and is released annually to highlight the key challenges facing mothers and children worldwide. The Report avails governments the opportunity to know the prevailing health status of mothers and children as it highlights critical maternal and child indicators of a given country. Based on the SOWM statistics, government and other stakeholders can make informed decisions regarding mothers and children.