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More than three million children in Somalia are out of school. In many areas across the country, parents are not able to fund their children’s education due to endemic poverty. Education in Somalia is mainly driven by contributions from parents,...

A Dangerous Delay 2: The Cost of Inaction

2022 - Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia

One person is likely dying of hunger every 48 seconds in drought-ravaged Ethiopia, Kenya, and Somalia....

Save the Children conducted a global review of ten Country Offices and their programs in order to assess the impact that different forms of Cash and Vouchers Assistance (CVA) have on Child Protection (CP) outcomes, to identify evidence gaps and...

This report, the third in the ‘Consult Us on What Concerns Us’ series, details the consultations Save the Children’s Somalia team held with children to explore the impact of hunger on their lives and to give children the space to share their...

This report, the third in the ‘Consult Us on What Concerns Us’ series, details the consultations Save the Children’s Somalia team held with children to explore the impact of hunger on their lives and to give children the space to share their...

Covid One Year On: Why children are still out of school

2021 - Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Malawi ...

A snapshot survey carried out by Save the Children in 6 countries where schools have reopened, suggests that 18 months into the COVID-19 pandemic, significant numbers of the most vulnerable children are still out of school. This is not because of...

Since 2017, Save the Children has affirmed its commitment to advancing gender equality in its work through the adoption of a new Gender Equality Policy. This gender strategy will guide the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of Save the...

At the end of 2019, at least 13.4 million school-age children (5-17 years old) were internally displaced due to conflict or violence. These numbers are likely an underestimate with many internally displaced children unaccounted for due to lack of...

Over the past years, the world has witnessed record levels of mixed migration, mainly originating from and hosted within developing countries. Individuals and families migrate for a variety of reasons, some choose to leave to seek education and...

Wherever Somalis go, they will strive to maintain their traditions and culture as a way of safeguarding their identity and position in society. Although most of these traditions are useful in maintaining social cohesion, others have been harmful....

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