Hunger & Livelihoods

Thursday 26 March 2020

Coronavirus (Covid-19) is a devastating blow to children in poverty

Many children around the world, including those displaced by conflict, live in vulnerable conditions, including in camps, informal settlements and on the streets. For some, they will be taking care of younger children of relatives or will be relied upon to work, to bolster family incomes. Many will not be in a position to isolate or distance themselves from others or comply with basic hygiene measures, including simply washing their hands. In many countries where there is no universal health care, the poorest are also unable to pay for testing or medical assessments, let alone treatment.

Monday 10 December 2018

Promoting cash transfer for livelihood in refugee camp: Lessons from Rwanda

Since July 2016, Save the Children embarked on Livelihoods and youth empowerment project in Mahama Refugee Camp, to equip refugees with necessary livelihoods skills.