News & Press Releases

climate

The Earth belongs to the children

Save the Children supports the Global Climate Strike.
18.09.2019
Fatima in Bangladesch

Rohingya crisis: No justice

Even two years after more than a million Rohingya had to flee their homeland Myanmar to neighbouring Bangladesh, the situation in the world's largest ...
17.09.2019
Sofyen

Interview: Migration crisis in Colombia

Sofyen Khalfaoui, Head of Protection at Save the Children Switzerland, has recently visited a project in Maicao, Colombia. In an interview he tells ...
05.09.2019
ebola

Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo: Faces and Stories

It has been a year since Ebola erupted in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Around 2500 people have been infected with the virus since then, more ...
02.08.2019
Meilensteine für Kinder

More than a quarter of a billion children better off today than 20 years ago

But one in four children still denied right to a safe and healthy childhood, with children living in or fleeing conflict zones among the most ...
28.05.2019
Jemen

EIGT KILLED IN BOMBING OF SAVE THE CHILDREN-SUPPORTED HOSPITAL IN YEMEN

Five children were among eight people killed today when a hospital supported by Save the Children in Yemen was hit by an airstrike. Two other adults ...
27.03.2019
People in Myanmar gather to make up a human Save the Children 'Charlie Brown' logo in 2008

Save the Children becomes Official Charity Partner of Alfa Romeo Racing

Save the Children is pleased to announce that it has become the Official Charity Partner of the Alfa Romeo Racing team.
11.02.2019
newsmeldung C&A, Nur

10 Million Euros for Children in Need

C&A and C&A Foundation renew partnership with Save the Children.
20.12.2018
Samer, 13, floh aus Mosul.

Mosul’s children haunted by constant fear and intense sorrow a year after the city was retaken from ISIS

Extreme mental distress of parents has left children with nowhere to turn for help
13.07.2018
Monsun Medienmitteilung Glückskette

Rohingya children need our protection

The coming monsoon and possible cyclones will threaten the lives of hundreds of thousands of children and families.
24.05.2018