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This report examines the results of a learner background survey and reading assessment conducted in June 2013 as part of a Save the Children sponsorship baseline data collection. The report analyzes data from a survey and reading assessment...

This publication is a collection of conference and workshop papers on action research and reflective practice that were held over a period of seven years from 2006 to 2012. These conferences and workshops were part of Save the Children Norway's...

This baseline report presents the results of a school readiness assessment administered to children ages 3-5 in new sponsorship areas of Lufwanyama, Zambia, as well as a survey of their caregiver and a more general community questionnaire, ...

A Guide to conducting survey on Budget Transparency and Human Rights jointly published by AT4HR, the International Budget Partnership and Save the Children. The Guide explores how to design and conduct survey-based research on budget transparency...

Budget Transparency and Child Nutrition

2013 - Kenya, Zambia, South Africa ...

In order to track whether we are making progress in reducing child mortality, citizens and child rights monitors need access to information from their governments. This study sets out to establish the degree of budget transparency in five African...

This document summarizes inputs received from over 400 young people aged 7-17 in nine countries: Brazil, Argentina, Philippines, Zambia, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Senegal, Paraguay and Peru. These young people participated in consultations to discuss...

200 million poor children in African cities at increasing risk of exploitation, abuse and disease. Social and economic development policies and programs are not reflecting the demographic realities of an increasing number of children living in...

Immunisation for all. No child left behind

2012 - Bangladesh, Cambodia, Ethiopia ...

One child in five misses out on basic vaccinations. Immunisation for All identifies country-level strategies to reach the unreached. And it identifies factors at the global level that will help to create a more conducive environment for countries...

A study commissioned by Save the Children Sweden, which explores to what extent in South Africa and Zambia, customary, cultural and religious practices impact on children's rights and how a lack of understanding of African Customary Law makes it...

This report from Save the Children summarizes the key comments and insights from the feedback received during the consultations held with children and young people from Peru, the Philippines, Zambia, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Senegal and Paraguay.The...