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Wednesday 20 July 2022

Improving health outcomes through effective service delivery

Kevin, is a 1-year old boy with a digestive disorder since he was 3 months affecting his growth and ability to gain weight. His mother was not able to breastfeed and had limited knowledge on child nutrition, further putting Kevin at risk of malnutrition.

Tuesday 12 July 2022

A Glimmer of Hope

Zamire arrived in one of the refugee camps in eastern Burundi in 2016 with her aunt, leaving her biological family in the Democratic Republic of Congo where she was living with both her parents, three brothers and one younger sister.

Monday 17 January 2022

Life is Good When Every Child Is Happy: Ishimwe's Story

Fearing for the lives of his children, a father of eight sent his family to Rwanda alone with a promise of joining them later. Ishimwe, 13, settled in Kigali with his siblings who range from age 9 to 26. Although safe, threats to the young family’s survival persisted.

Monday 10 January 2022

Strengthening Capacity for Civil Society Organisations through partnerships and Child Participation

Save the Children is committed to support the Government of Rwanda to fulfil its obligation towards the realization of the rights of girls and boys with and without disabilities. This is done through different ways that include strengthening the Rwandan legal and policy framework, strengthening child rights and child protection systems, monitoring child rights with children, working on public investment in children, engaging and strengthening the capacity of the civil society actors including children to engage the government on matters that affect children and lead evidence-based advocacy

Friday 10 December 2021

TWICE THREATENED: NEARLY HALF OF ALL STUNTED CHILDREN LIVE IN COUNTRIES MOST VULNERABLE TO CLIMATE CHANGE

Nearly half of all children whose growth is stunted by poor nutrition face further threats from climate change because they are growing up in the countries most vulnerable to its impacts, new analysis from Save the Children reveals on the eve of World Food Day (Oct 16).

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