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This evaluation of Save the Children Sweden’s Sida-funded “Local to Global” (LtoG) programme was undertaken to examine the extent to which the LtoG approach of doing simultaneous advocacy work at local, national and global levels has contributed...

Local to Global: Working for change

2017 - India, Yemen, Zambia

Local to Global, developed by Save the Children Sweden, is a programme that began in 2013 as part of the wider Save the Children EVERY ONE Campaign. The campaign aimed to drastically reduce millions of child and maternal deaths from preventable...

Malnutrition prevents millions of Zambia’s children from reaching their potential. The rates of malnutrition – among the highest in the world – are reducing the country’s chances of achieving its aspiration to be a prosperous upper-middle-income...

Save the Children is campaigning at an international and national level to achieve the greatest impact for children with the Every Last Child Campaign. Zambia’s positive economic growth, at around 5% to 6% over the last 10 years, has been driven...

Malnutrition prevents millions of Zambia's children from reaching their potential. An estimated 40% of children under five are stunted in height and 15% are underweight. This is partially attributed to the unequal distribution of wealth in the...

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...

This report examines the results of the International Development and Early Learning Assessment (IDELA) implemented in Lufwanyama district in Zambia in October 2015. The assessment covered 318 children at the age of six, 168 of which who had...

Choices is a gender-focused curriculum for very young adolescents (VYAs) between the ages of 10-14 years that aims to create positive social and behavior change. Through a series of 10 hour-long participatory sessions, the curriculum challenges...

Many governments cite a lack of sufficient resources as the reason for their inability to implement children’s rights according to their obligations under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). Yet, findings from this...

The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) is an inter-governmental human rights review within the Human Rights Council in Geneva.  The UPR assesses the extent to which governments are meeting their obligations to protect, respect and fulfil human...