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Newsletter Rohingya Majuma

COVID-19 and the Rohingya Refugee Crisis

The first confirmed Coronavirus case in Cox’s Bazar exposes how our systems fail the most vulnerable. A statement by Athena Rayburn, Save the ...
Almost 150,000 Rohingya children in urgent need of supplementary food

Millions of refugee and displaced children in overcrowded camps as coronavirus spreads globally

Vulnerable children and their families living in informal settlements such as refugee and displacement camps cannot be forgotten as the world ...

Cyclone Idai one year on

One year after Cyclone Idai left a trail of destruction across parts of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, nearly 100,000 people  continue to ...

Satellite images of Idlib show extent of destruction and displacement

Civilians in the Syrian Idlib have hardly any places to live: This is the result of an analysis of satellite images of the North-West Syrian province ...

Greece: Fears grow for children caught up in chaos and violence

Save the Children is deeply concerned about reports that at least one child has died at sea during a perilous journey by boat to Lesbos. Children are ...
Idlib, Syria

Idlib, Syria: Casualties as ten schools hit in one day during intense shelling

At least one girl and nine other civilians were killed today during the shelling of ten schools, as the latest escalation in conflict continues, Save ...
SWOC, Irak

Children in conflict at highest risk of violence since records began

New analysis reveals how conflict affects girls and boys differently

Philippines: Erupting volcano may leave children homeless for months

Half a million people made homeless by the Taal volcano eruption will need immediate and long-term support as they face growing uncertainty over ...

Australian bushfires: Children’s mental health needs to be a key part of response and recovery

Save the Children is warning of the importance of addressing the long-term mental health needs of children impacted by the devastating Australian ...
Eglantyne, Anne Chamberlain

«Eglantyne Jebb was an incredibly modern thinker for her time.»

The New Zealand actress, writer and producer Anne Chamberlain who has written a solo play, EGLANTYNE, about Save the Children's founder Eglantyne ...