In Zambia, there continues to be inadequate legal and policy frameworks for children and low investments in education and child protection. Moreover, public resource investment in social sectors that benefit children is declining. We aim to ensure adequate space for children to participate in planning and budgeting processes and influence national planning processes.
Our child rights governance work will:
We advocate and promote the voices of rural children, especially girls, orphans and vulnerable children, adolescents, children under the age of five, refugees and migrant children, as well as other children affected by humanitarian crises across Zambia. We influence positive changes in legal and policy framework and practices to benefit all children.
Be the voice:
Achieve results at scale:
Save the Children collaborates with government ministries, civil society, private sector, children and their communities to promote children's rights in Zambia. This is done by scaling up our evidence-based approaches and pioneering high impact such as: