News

Thursday 2 November 2017

Pneumonia, the forgotten killer disease in Somalia

Pneumonia, the forgotten killer disease in Somalia

Pneumonia kills more than two children every hour in Somalia, even though it can be treated with antibiotics costing as little as USD 50 cents, says Save the Children new report. 

Tuesday 24 October 2017

It’s a green pitch for children in Digale!

A few miles north of Somaliland’s capital Hargeisa lays Digale camp—one of the largest and oldest settlement for Internally Displaced people (IDP). This settlement is  home for more than 6,000 individuals; most of them are children and youth. The area is covered with rocks making it very difficult to drive through even with 4X4 land cruiser.

Save the Children with financial support from the Arsenal Foundation have constructed a football pitch to encourage and give opportunity to children to play football.

Friday 2 June 2017

Cholera cases soar as Somalia spirals towards famine

Save the Children deploys emergency cholera task force to respond to outbreak

Friday 2 June 2017

Drought-hit Somalia one step closer to famine

Life-threatening child malnutrition rates continue to rise to alarming levels in drought affected Somalia, a new study from Save the Children reveals.

Friday 2 June 2017

Children face increased violence and exploitation

More than a million children in Somalia are at risk of increased violence, child labour and of being separated from their families due to the devastating drought ravaging the country, new research from Save the Children has revealed.

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