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Leading milk formula companies spend £36 on marketing for every baby born worldwide – violating rules and threatening lives

New Save the Children report reveals six companies spend the equivalent of £36 on marketing for each baby born worldwide.
Ein Kind ein einem Bissongo, Burkina Faso

Bissongo: where children feel good about themselves

In Burkina Faso we are implementing a project about early childhood care ant development. Please join us on a project visit!
Rohingya Baby in Cox's Bazar

ROHINGYA CRISIS: Save the Children urges EU to adopt six-point plan

As EU foreign ministers gather in Brussels for the Foreign Affairs Council, Save the Children is calling on leaders to take decisive and bold steps ...
Almost 150,000 Rohingya children in urgent need of supplementary food

Almost 150,000 Rohingya children in urgent need of supplementary food

Save the Children is warning of a malnutrition crisis in the Bangladeshi district of Cox’s Bazar, where more than half a million Rohingya have ...
Jenna schaut mit ihrer Tochter auf das Mittelmeer hinaus, nachdem sie vom Rettungsschiff von Save the Children gerettet wurden.

Save the Children rescue vessel back in the Mediterranean

Save the Children’s rescue vessel, Vos Hestia, has left the port of Valetta in Malta for further rescue operations.
Save the Children Mitarbeiter während einer Seenotrettung auf dem Mittelmeer.

Save the Children’s Search and Rescue vessel docks in Malta

Save the Children deeply regrets that it has been forced to pause the Search and Rescue operation in the Mediterranean, as a result of issues ...
Medina and her baby

Climbing Mountains and Crossing a Sea to Keep Her Baby Safe

Young Syrian refugee mother and her newborn receive “baby box,” along with care and support from Save the Children.
Bildung in Krisensituationen

Education in crisis situations

Education must be prioritised even in crisis situations – because it provides an effective means of child protection.