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The world is experiencing a food crisis of unprecedented proportions. In Sub-Saharan Africa, the illness and death rate from malnutrition is increasing more than in any place in the world. In twelve of the worst hit countries, 6.1 million children...

Children Climate Summit Declaration and Call For Action: 'An Africa Fit for children'

2023 - Child Participation, Climate Change Adaptation (CCA)

The Children Climate Summit was organized to contribute towards the formulation of child sensitive climate change policies, actions, and programmes within the African continent and beyond by securing the voices and participation of children in the...

The factsheet is a snapshot of our Child Rights Governance work and country’s strategic impact in 2022 based on our reach figures, examples of evidence of our work, advocacy and policy wins, case studies and voices from the children. We continue...

Impact Footprint 2022: East and Southern Africa Region

2023 - Child Poverty, Child Protection ...

The report provides a snapshot of our ‘strategy in action’ by combining our reach figures with examples of evidence and learning from our programs, key advocacy and policy wins, as well as individual case studies and voices from children from...

This learning brief is a collection of Save the Children (SC) practices from Uganda, Rwanda and Zambia country offices which serve as good practices for learning and replication by other country offices across the movement.

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development was adopted by all UN Member States in 2015.  The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a fundamental part of the 2030 Agenda and are inextricably linked to the rights of children. Countries are...

This guide aims at strengthening case management of unaccompanied children in Southern Africa – Mozambique, Botswana, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Eswatini. The guide has been developed in two editions. Edition two includes revisions...

The combined threat of climate emergency and inequality is eroding children’s rights in East and Southern Africa (ESA). Incidents of child marriage and school dropouts are on the rise as families struggle to cope with loss of livelihoods due to...

A research study using the Global Kids Online methodology, exploring children’s access to, and use and experiences of, digital technology and the internet in Zambia. The report builds on the research to offer a set of recommendations for policy...

About 60 percent of the children live in poor households in Zambia. Most of these children live in rural areas where the incidence of extreme poverty is five times higher at 76.6 percent than urban levels at 12.8 percent, raising the need and...

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